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Ambassadors / Brazil

Bruna Augusto Pereira

São Paulo – TwitterFacebook

Bruna is a biologist and Founder/First President of NGO ReCivitas, a think tank that develops innovative social technologies, widely published academic journals, books, conference materials and university extension courses. At NGO ReCivitas, she handles joint coordination and project implementation. Since 2008, she has worked on the development of policies regarding Basic Income Guarantee, referenced in international non-governmental social security in Quatinga Velho. Bruna is currently working on the development of the social network of Direct Democracy: Governe-se.


Marcus Brancaglione

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Marcus is Founder and current President of the NGO ReCivitas, a think tank that develops innovative social technologies, widely published academic journals, books, conference materials and university extension courses and extension publications (developed through classes under his professorship). Since 2008, he has worked on the development of policies regarding Basic Income Guarantee, referenced in international non-governmental social security in Quatinga Velho. Marcus is the creator of the social network of Direct Democracy: Governe-se, and the intellectual property RobinRight license.


Nima Kaz

Curitiba, Paraná – TwitterLinkedIn

Nima is cofounder of Impactonomy Innovation Labs, abbreviated “iiLabs+”, the curator behind innovation ecosystems, startups & social enterprises like #CheerForPeace, incubated at the IBQP (Brazilian Institute for Quality & Productivity) Center for Innovation, where he also serves as Entrepreneur in Residence. He’s an avid volunteer & evangelist for new frontiers of innovation by serving as founding civic innovator at OpenBrazil.org & lead ambassador at The Seasteading Institute.

As a serial entrepreneur, he’s helped launch multiple companies in several markets including cleantech, energy, travel, CSR, ecommerce & ICT. Nima also helps develop innovation ecosystems as member of the board of directors at the world’s 1st co-operative for inventors, an NGO that develops community energy enterprises, as well as the education firm that created the Great Canadian Inventions Show. Nima has held management roles in the social enterprise, IT, automotive, financial, communications, consulting & real estate sectors.

He is helping unite the Brazilian & Canadian startups ecosystems so that, through collaboration & cross-migration (both physical & digital knowledge transfer), exponential value-add can be created for both innovation environments & perhaps even for the world at large!

He is currently helping the Founder Institute, the world’s largest “idea stage” startup accelerator, strategically establish operations in Brazil by launching a regional chapter in Curitiba, Brazil’s “digital & smart city”.

Nima dreams of a future that’s not too far away and that is dramatically better for everyone than that which is being predicted by the masses. This future is powered by the next frontiers of innovation: collaboration, globalization (hyper-migration) & singularity – which make a pragmatic case for the notions of hyper-innovation (with infinite number of monopolies), seasteading & aquapreneurship very rational & reasonable transitions towards the multiplanetary civilization of our race and beyond!


Stefano Justo

Rio de Janeiro – LinkedIn

Stefano attends Law School in the state he was born in, Rio de Janeiro. He is a member of the Executive Council of Students For Liberty in Brazil, Estudantes Pela Liberdade, where he helps to create a society where universities focus on the creation of knowledge and teaching, allowing students to be free and develop their character, skills and worldview. He is also helping to grow the Libertarian Party in his country. Originally drawn to The Seasteading Institute by reading the works made by the Russian philosopher Ayn Rand, he has the goal of informing the public of The Seasteading Institute’s projects, vision and values around his country, and the world.