She holds a Journalism degree, a postgraduate degree in Management from Insper and in International Corporate Communications from Syracuse University. As a journalist, Roberta has worked as a reporter in leading Brazilian business publications, including Valor Econômico, Gazeta Mercantil and Folha de S. Paulo. In 2003, she co-authored a book on corporate innovation, published by Valor Econômico. She is a mentor in the Racial Equality Committee of Women of Brazil Group and columnist at Aberje and Imprensa news portals. Finalist on the Mulher Imprensa (Women in the Press) Award in 2020 in the agency category.
Before joining Brunswick, in 2013, she was a consultant and editor of the Brazilian Association of Corporate Communications Aberje’s magazine, Comunicação Empresarial. Prior to that, she coordinated the corporate communications department at Brasilprev Seguros e Previdência, a pension management company.
In early November, right after the runoff presidential election won by worker’s party candidate (PT) Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, Brunswick hosted a panel discussion between Partner and São Paulo Office Head Roberta Lippi, New York Director Daniel Wiedemann and Editor-in-Chief of Americas Quarterly Brian Winter on what to expect from Lula’s third term, beginning January 1, 2023.
By Roberta Lippi
12 December 2022