Curriculum Vitae

Juliana Michelon Alvarenga is a Brazilian professional scholar, BSc. International Relations and MBA in Business Intelligence. Lived in the United States for 6 years (1998 – 2004) and visited important international markets such as the emerging economies of China (2014), Russia (2015) and the free trade market in Latin American Chile (2016).

Influenced by theories of Neofunctionalism and Complex Interdependency, works on developing ways for paradigmatic conversions and macrogovernance under the principle of Systemic Integration from the Vienna Convention. All within interdisciplinary efforts and under a focus on the establishment of an informational system for democracy that is universally inclusive and sets grounds in the process of global integration. Such developments suggest the construction of a global governance model that is based on the concepts of Open Society, Informational Democracy and Collective Intelligence.

Since 2010, has been promoting the exercise of Corporate Diplomacy in Brazil as an essential tool for international expansion in the private sector and governmental affairs, working on professional training and offering advisory services in internationalization strategies and governmental relations.

Defends a methodology of applying a global vision in early stages of expansion, alongside bridging access to international markets through customized strategies that incorporate policy programs and governmental subsidies from the public internationalization mechanism. This model establishes the execution of trade operations under the support of the more complex diplomacy and governmental affairs conduct, structuring a system of Artifitial Intelligence for Corporate Foreign Policy stuctures (Institutional Relations Portfolio), mediating agreements between private and public parties on PPP initiatives and promoting a more participative democracy on public policy and governance.


Vision: Global prosperity and human flourishing.

Mission: Advise global institutions through the complex challenges of globalization.

Values: Professional excellence, ethical governance and scientific foundation.