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Camila Mendonça de Barros

Camila Mendonça de Barros is PhD student at Department of Public Government and Management at Fundação Getúlio Vargas-SP (EAESP) focused on Education Districts Management. She holds Master´s Degree in Social Public Politics and her Bachelor Degree in Economics Science, both of them at Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP).


Ana Trindade Ribeiro

Ana has recently started her Ph.D. in the Economics of Education program at Stanford GSE. She holds an MSc in Economics from Universidade de São Paulo (USP) and a BA in Economics from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio). On her Master's thesis, she evaluated the post-college outcomes from one of the first higher education affirmative action policies in Brazil. She focuses on the use of quantitative methods and economic incentives rationale to evaluate education policies, mostly related to higher education.


Rebecca Tarlau

Rebecca Tarlau is a Postdoctoral Scholar in Education at Stanford University, affiliated with the Lemann Center for Educational Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Brazil. Her ethnographic research agenda has three broad areas of focus: (1) Theories of the state and state-society relations; (2) Social movements, critical pedagogy, and learning; (3) Latin American education and development. Her most recent project examines the educational initiatives of the Brazilian Landless Workers Movement (MST), a national social movement of rural workers struggling for agrarian reform.


Alice Dias Lopes

Alice graduated with a degree in Social Science from the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG). During her time as an undergraduate student, Alice dedicated herself to research topics in social inequality and stratification. At Stanford, she examined which fields of study affirmative action students graduated in at the undergraduate level in public universities in Brazil. Currently, Alice is a PhD student in Education at the University of Edinburgh.

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