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Fernanda Alves

Fernanda holds a Bachelor’s degree in Marine Engineering (POLI-USP, 2018) as well as a Master’s degree in Engineering with focus on Logistics (POLI-USP, 2020). During her bachelor’s degree, she was an exchange student at TU Darmstadt (2014/2015) too.


Gabriel Marcondes Koraicho

Gabriel started his Ph.D. in the Economics of Education program at Stanford GSE. He holds an MSc in Economics from Fundação Getúlio Vargas - Escola de Economia de São Paulo (FGV-EESP) and a BA in Economics from Universidade de São Paulo (USP). In his Master's thesis, he evaluated the impact of a fee waiver policy for students from public schools in their final year. His interest is in quantitative methods to evaluate public policies, focusing on education, inequality, and higher education.


Rodrigo Barbosa e Silva

I'm an educator, entrepreneur, researcher, analyst, mentor, and non-profit activist, favoring understanding computation as a practice of freedom. I translate the Freirean concept of education as a practice of freedom into technologies as practices of freedom and creativity. My research helped the Center of Strategic Studies and Debates of the National Congress (Brazilian House of Representatives) to enhance the National Policy on Digital Education (Lei 14533/2023).


Filipe Recch

Filipe Recch has a PhD in International Comparative Education and a Master’s degree in Political Science, both completed at Stanford University. Before coming to Stanford, he obtained a Master’s degree in Public Administration (Fundação João Pinheiro- FJP / MG) and a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Federal University of Minas Gerais). Currently, Filipe is a postdoctoral fellow at the Lemann Center for Entrepreneurship and Educational Innovation in Brazil.

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