She graduated in Social Master Sciences at the Graduate Program in Social Sciences from the Federal University of Espirito Santo (2013) and is doctorate at the Graduate Program in Political Science the State University of Campinas (2014). She is currently a researcher in the project management and political status of institutional participation funded by the Foundation for State of São Paulo (FAPESP). Doctoral fellow of Higher Education Personnel Improvement Coordination (CAPES). Volunteer teacher at the Federal University of the Holy Spirit in the course of law (2012), and stage teaching experience Internship Program Lecturer at Unicamp (2015). Scholarship CNPq in the Observatory of the Metropolis territory, social cohesion and democratic governance (2013-2014). She has experience in environmental assessment, man-made means of analysis, preparation of terms of reference and development of methods and techniques of qualitative and quantitative research. Knowledge of software for data processing and GIS. Acting on the following topics: Democracy Theories, Political Participation, Public Deliberation, Participatory Institutions, Open Government, e-Government, e-Participation, cyberactivism Theory, Contemporary Political Structure and Social Territorial Organization, PostColonial Studies and Meta analysis.