The Brazil Institute is unique in its dedication to producing actionable ideas that bridge the gap between scholarship and policy on issues of bilateral importance. The Advisory Council includes former ambassadors and other high-level officials, noted scholars recognized for their contribution to bilateral understanding, and leading U.S. and Brazilian enterprises.
 
Membership in the Advisory Council enables your organization to be an active participant in the ongoing dialogue between Brazil and the United States, and provides access to a marketplace of ideas where we convene the brightest minds to discuss the most pressing challenges and opportunities facing the policy community. 
 
The Brazil Institute’s signature programming, which emphasizes the importance of non-partisan research and dialogue, is a highly respected and credible source of information on a wide range of issues of importance to Brazil and the United States.  Contributions from Advisory Council members ensure that we can continue to support Brazilian scholarship and promote key bilateral issues in the United States and Brazil.
 
To learn more about the Brazil Institute or to join the Advisory Council, please contact Anna Prusa at 202-691-4147 or anna.prusa@wilsoncenter.org

 

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Amgen is committed to unlocking the potential of biology for patients suffering from serious illnesses by discovering, developing, manufacturing and delivering innovative human therapeutics. With a presence in approximately one hundred countries and regions worldwide, Amgen's innovative medicines have reached millions of people in the fight against serious illnesses.
 
Chevron is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies producing safe, reliable energy now and for the future. The company's success is driven by its people and their commitment to getting results the right way: by operating responsibly, executing with excellence, applying innovative technologies and capturing new opportunities for profitable growth.
 
The Colégio Dante Alighieri's one hundred years in São Paulo bear witness to the fulfillment of its founders’ ideals: to bring together two cultures—that of the homeland left behind, Italy, and that of the adopted country, Brazil; to preserve ethical and educational values; to seek knowledge; to promote civic values and respect; to encourage friendship and transform into reality the humanist spirit of its namesake, Dante Alighieri.
 
Interfarma, the Association for Pharmaceutical Industry Research is a nonprofit organization that represents businesses and researchers, both in Brazil and abroad, who are responsible for Brazilian innovation in health. Its members, which include national and international laboratories, universities, researchers, institutions, and private individuals, seek to use innovation to promote development in scientific research and the production of pharmaceutical goods, raw materials, medications, and other products to serve the cause of human well-being.
                                                                                                                                              

 

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