The belief in the direct connection between the environmental, social, and economic issues led Ana to join The Rondon Project, a voluntary initiative coordinated by the Ministry of Defense of Brazil, while still in college. Ana now has over 5 years’ experience in the socio-environmental impact sector. She also works as a volunteer in two NGOs: as part of the logistics team of Expedicionários da Saúde, bringing medical services to indigenous communities isolated in the Legal Amazon, and as a regional leader for São Paulo at Litro de Luz, whose mission it is to improve quality of life through sustainable solutions in urban lighting. Ana has extensive knowledge of product lifecycle assessment, audits, sustainability, and social impact reporting. She graduated in Chemical Engineering from Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCAR) and holds an MBA in Management and Environmental Technologies from Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo (POLI-USP).