I'm an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at the Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (EAESP/FGV). My research is focused on the ripple effects of impact-oriented initiatives. Whether initiated by governments, for-profits, or public-private collaborations, these impact-driven projects often give rise to unforeseen consequences. These consequences can manifest as a broader and more profound impact than initially anticipated, or, conversely, as negative repercussions despite the best of intentions. I aim at disentangling those and unpacking how positive impact can be sustained in the long run, aligning the achievement of social goals with organizations' financial needs. 

Assistant Professor

Postdoctoral Research Fellow 

Research Associate

Ph.D. in Business Economics, Strategic Management

B.A. in Economics