Introduction of the youth reporters, 2019
TIME:2020-05-09 14:25:56

1, Ronaldo Lemos

Ronaldo Lemos, Master of law from Harvard University and Doctor of law from the University of Sao Paulo, visiting Professor at Columbia University, visiting scholar at Media Lab, MIT. Legal, technical, media and intellectual property expert. Visiting scholar at Oxford University and Princeton University, member of the Brazilian Centre for Information Technology Policy, member of the National Anti-Piracy Committee led by the Ministry of Justice. Columnist, publishing many articles and books at home and abroad. Co-founder and director of the Institute of Technology and Society (ITS Rio) in Rio de Janeiro. In May this year, Professor Lemos, as a film reporter with the global television channel Futura channel "Future Express" column film crew to China. When returned home, he published a number of articles, objective and positive introduction of China's achievements in scientific and technological innovation in the "Sao Paulo Page", one of Brazil's most influential website UOL and other mainstream media.

2, Lucas Marques

Lucas Marques graduated from the Federal University of Minas Gerais and founded Projeto Brasil. He is currently the Partner and Director of Operations of Méliuz, responsible for corporate management, culture, personnel, business and customer relationships. Méliuz is Brazil's largest shopping cashback company, offering solutions for e-commerce, industry and retailers, and recently launched cashback credit cards. In June this year, Lucas visited China with a group of Brazilian entrepreneurs, and after returning home, he posted "Amazing nine days in China" on LinkedIn social networking site, with more than 1 million visits.

3. Rita Lobo

Rita Lobo graduated from the American Academy of Culinary Education (ICE) and began writing about food for the St. Paul's Page in 1995. In 2000, she launched Brazil's first food website, Panelinha (Little Pot). To date, she has published four food books, including "Conex" and the best-selling book "Panelinha - Effective Recipes”. Rita is the author of several electronic food books, including "Christmas Recipes," "Cook's Notebook" and "Kitchen Style." She is also a food presenter for GNT, a pay-per-view channel on Global Television.

4. Konrad Dantas (Kondzilla)

Konrad Dantas (born on 13, September, 1988 in Guarujá, Sao Paulo state) is known for his artistic name KondZilla or KOND. He is a producer, an entrepreneur, a speaker and creative director. He is also the founder of music video production company named after him and the production company "Kondzilla Records”, he is the major contributor to the success of the music genre Funk Paulista. He currently owns the largest YouTube channel in Brazil and Latin America, as well as the world's second-largest music channel, with more than 50 million subscribers.

5. Marcus Vinicius

Marcus Venisius has been executive director of the Brazilian Olympic Committee for 8 years and has unique experience in the Brazilian Olympic and sports planning. He was a member of the Brazilian national men's volleyball team and won a silver medal at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. He has participated in up to 13 Olympic Games on and off the field. He spent 13 years as a commentator and columnist for Universal TV Station and Sporty Channel (a pay sports channel) and served as executive director of Theroumenense Football Club from 2017 to 2018. He is a partner at Play9, a digital intelligence content management company for individuals and corporate brands and products. His videos cover more than 300 million people a day.

6. Gabriel Chalita

Gabriel Chalita was born in the city of Caschuera Paulista, Sao Paulo State. Gabriel Chalita graduated from the Catholic University of Sao Paulo in 1994 with a degree in law and later studied philosophy. He published his first book at the age of 12. At the age of 15, he wrote a series of books on religious education for children. To date, he has published more than 80 books, including "Education: The Solution Lies in Friendliness," "The Ten Commandments of Morality," "The Education of Love," "Letters Between Friends" and "Little Philosophers."

7. Claudia Liechavicius

Claudia Liechavicius was born in Rio Grande do Sul and lived in Rio de Janeiro for more than 35 years. In addition to being a "Travel around the world" blogger, Claudia Liechavicius writes about culture and tourism for Camila Coelh every week. Camila has more than 8 million followers on social networks.

8. Camila Pitanga 

Camila Manhães Sampaio is a Globe-tv actress and host known by the artistic name Camila Pitanga. In 1993 she entered the entertainment business, playing one of the main characters in the mini-TV series "Sexy." In 2001, she starred in Universal's prime-time soap opera "Wonder Harbor" and became the station's first-line actress. In 2003, she won the first television award of her career for her role in the most-watched soap opera of the first decade of the new millennium, "The Passion Woman."

9. Camila Continho

Camila Continho was born in Recife (1987). She is an Internet celebrity and fashion designer and Brazil's first fashion blogger. Her website, Stupid Girl, was named the world's fourth most influential fashion blogger in 2013. She became the first Brazilian fashion blogger to be shortlisted by The Society Management, a leading elite Modeling Agency in the United States.

10. Otávio Miranda

Otávio Miranda is one of the co-founders of the Rio de Janeiro Institute for Technology and Society. In May this year, he went to China as a film producer for the "Future Express" section of the Futura channel. He studied in China (Beijing Language and Culture University, People's University) for 5 years before returning to Rio in February 2019. He is the leader of the delegation, responsible for organizing and coordinating the work.