Guilherme believes that is possible to transform society and government through innovation into public policies - and the path to do this is by rhyming empathy with technology. Today, he is the Director of Innovation and Knowledge Management of Enap and oversees GNova's activities. He has a degree in law (USP) and a master's degree in public administration (Columbia University). Guilherme is a federal public servant (EPPGG) and has worked for the last fifteen years on projects related to innovation, information society and the knowledge economy, such as the collaborative construction of the Internet Civil Landmark Act.
Keywords: Collaboration; Empathy; Technology; Design; Behavior.
Marizaura (Mari) is responsible for coordinating Gnova. Psychologist, master in people and organizations management and PhD student in public administration. As a specialist in public policy and government management since 2004, she has focused on people management and innovation in the public sector as an object of work, research and knowledge production. For her, GNova is a space to transform the government through engagement, collaboration, empathy and always focusing on people.
Keywords: Collaboration; Focus on people; Experimentation; Empathy.
Rafael joined the GNova team in February 2019. Graduated in Production Engineering and postgraduated in Controlling and Public Finance, he had his first contact with innovation in his undergraduation; He has participated in several teams in order to put his knowledge in innovation into practice, such as quality management, economic engineering, risk management etc. Rafael has a great easiness of using Excel tools and works supporting the innovation contest, GNPapo and laboratory projects. Before joining the team, he worked at the former School of Finance Administration, coordinating courses and events and teaching Excel courses.
Keywords: Collaboration, Spreadsheets, Innovation.
Marina believes that innovation can be transformative for society. Your interest in the topic comes from your desire to accomplish what really matters to people. She has been involved in projects such as innovation and research grants, production of images for publications and exploration of new forms of communication in the public sector. Being part of GNova means contributing to bring red tape reduction closer to people's real experiences. Before joining the team, she worked in the Knowledge Management area. She has a degree in International Relations and a passion for photography.
Keywords: Communication; Research and Innovation Scholarships; Ethnographic Design; Design thinking.
Manuel joined the GNova’s team after spending few years outside the government, seeking a dynamic and an open place. He works on the red tape reduction and simplification, follows the scholarships, the Innovation Week, the ENAP partnership with OECD, moderates workshops and participates in the projects when he finds time. He believes that innovation in government is a team sport.
Keywords: Design Thinking; Behavioral Insights; Digital Transformation; Red Tape Reduction; Insurgency.
Letícia believes that building new solutions requires awakening and creating new mindsets. Her interest in these themes comes from her experience in the public sector as a strategic space for promoting transformation, in partnership with society. Today she develops projects in the area of capacity building for innovation, networking and supporting for innovation laboratories. Before joining the team, she worked on formulation and implementation of public policies and in promoting dialogue between the government and civil society. She has a degree in economic sciences and is passionate about people.
Keywords: Capacity Generation; Design; Laboratories, Networking.
Joselene is at GNova since August 2016. She has worked in innovation projects developed in partnership with federal public institutions, using design thinking and ethnographic design methodologies. She also works with the Innovation Contest promoted by Enap for recognition of innovation initiatives in the federal and state Executive branch. She is a specialist in public sector people management with 7 years of experience in this area and has a degree in Chemistry.
Keywords: Experimentation; Design thinking; ethnographic Design; Innovation Contest.
João is reference in GNova in the themes of digital government and emerging technologies. His interest in the area is linked to his master’s research, when he spent 3 months in Estonia learning from the good practices of the country that currently has over 99% of its public services online. He is responsible for the monthly organization of GNPapo. In addition, he works in laboratory experimentation projects and facilitating workshops. He previously worked with public policies evaluation and has a master's degree in public policy from Oxford University (2016-2017).
Keywords: Government as platform; Digital Transformation; Technology; Public Policies Evaluation; Experimentation.
Elisabete's work involves managing a government innovation research program, facilitating agile methodologies for solving public challenges, and producing publications on the learning of experimentation projects carried out by the Laboratory. Being part of GNova means expanding possibilities for public management and testing new ways in which government can work. Previously, she has accumulated experience in planning, designing, managing and evaluating social development programs, employee training, teaching, case studies for learning, and has published extensively on these topics. PhD in Sociology and master’s in public administration, she has been a specialist in public policies and government management since 1996.
Keywords: Chairs Program; Agile Immersion; Evaluation.
Daniela joined the GNova team in September 2016. The projects she led in the laboratory include SUS App, Education Lab and Atos.gov. Your commitment is to improve public services, especially those that address for the poorer population. She recently wrote the book Ethnographic Design in Public Policies, from “Innovation in Practice” collection. She has over 10 years of experience in elaboration and implementation of various public policies and has a degree in Food Engineering and a master's degree in Production Engineering. She is from the career of Specialist in Public Policies and Government Management.
Keywords: Design thinking; Ethnographic Design; Experimentation.
Carolina joined the GNova team in August 2016 and has since she dedicated herself to organize the Public Sector Innovation Contest. She is convinced that innovating in government is accurate and challenging.
Keywords: Innovation Contest; Innovation Scholarships; Design thinking.
Amanda is the newest Design intern at GNova. She is convinced that Design is a great tool for social transformation. Being part of Gnova’s team means a great learning opportunity for her.
Keywords: Design Thinking; Communication.
Érika is undergraduate student in Management of Public Policies and one of the interns of GNova. She believes that innovation in public policies is one of the necessary ways to solve public problems. For her it is a great pleasure and opportunity to learn from GNova.
Keywords: Management; Public policies.
Cecilia Lariú is the newest member of the GNOVA team. Bachelor in International Relations from the University of Brasilia, with a specialization in Foreign Trade and Foreign Exchange from FGV and a master's degree in Management for Development at the London School of Economics, Cecilia has served as a consultant to international organizations and non-governmental institutions, and as a member of her federal career. Specialist in Public Policy and Government Management (EPPGG) has worked for many years with social policies, his great passion, having worked in the international, planning, institutional articulation, evaluation and information management and training for senior executives. Cecilia believes that developing impactful public policies that generate public value necessarily requires innovation, so she is very excited to “learn-by-doing” in GNOVA!