Lucianne is a professor of sustainability that currently lives in Lisbon, Portugal. She has two main areas of expertise and interest: mediation of public policies disputes and the connections between the financial system and sustainable development. She had 20 years in the legal field in Brazil as an inside legal counsel (American company, autoparts industry – 2 years); private lawyer (6 years), federal government attorney (at Central Bank, the Brazilian banking regulator – 9 years); teaching Public Law at Law Schools (8 years); and developing research at Master, PhD and Post-Doctoral levels, including international empirical researches at PhD and Post-Doctorate programs (9 years). Prof Lucianne is adding research value to African Climate Change Research Centre from Lisbon since 2019.  She made a remarkable presentation at the ACCREC’s International Conference on Climate Change that was held at Manpower Development Institute, Jigawa State, Nigeria.

She decided to take an unpaid leave to build a career move in order to use more directly and exclusively her best skills and knowledge on Sustainable Finance and Consensus Building.