Ms. Lylian Coelho Ferreira, Ms. Science of Civil Engineering, Mackenzie University and Structural Design, USP Polytechnic, São Paulo and International Business Management and Latin America studies, IHEAL, Sorbonne France – Dual citizenship: Brazilian / French
Over the last twenty years, she designed concrete structures and joined international companies in a cross-cultural environment, following major projects in Robotic Automation Process, Oil &Gas, Water & Environmental Projects. She was in charge of coordinating, scheduling, directing and motivating personnel and subcontractors between Brazil, Chili, Colombia, Panama, Angola, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Jordan, Oman, Angola, Mozambique, Senegal, England, France, Spain, China and Thailand.
In 2014 she created a social enterprise project to participate in the Social Enterprise Challenge Hult Prize competition by the Clinton Global Initiative in Sao Paulo, improving Chronic Disease Care in Slums by 2019.
Recently, following sustainable development programs, she joined SUEZ as Development Director to AgroParisTech-SUEZ for Water & Sanitation International Executive Program for CEO and GD in Asia & Africa. At SUEZ group she worked with the Energy recovery & recycling waste Management at SUEZ Recycling& Recovery France and as a Civil Engineer Expert.
Started collaboration with United Nation Frameworks Climate Change Conference and COP 24 / COP25 organization at gender & climate Change committee with WOMENVAI and Word Federation from Engineers Organization involved with Environmental issues.
Representative SDG9 from WFEO in CEE( Comity Environment Engineers)
Co-founder of Womenvai, an international NGO a platform for innovative projects in Environment and High-Tech – led by women – supported by women AND men and several NGO to increase women in STEM.
Her engagement allows communities to develop, sharing solutions to mobilize volunteers, entrepreneurs, communities and citizens on waste management that would accelerate the transition toward a more circular, united and ecological economy.