A Partner at Ernst & Young – Brazil People Advisory Services, Raquel has 25 years of experience serving and advising medium to large businesses in the areas of immigration and international transfers.
In her current role, Raquel is responsible for developing the EY immigration area in Brazil. Raquel’s responsibilities include coordinating the team, managing projects as well as building and maintaining relationships with clients.
Additionally, she’s responsible for leading large projects in the oil and gas sector as well as the mobility project, 2016 Olympic Games. Apart from being an active participant in mobility events at both Brazil and abroad, Raquel also works as an instructor at EY Corporate University.
She holds a bachelor’s in Education and MBAs in Administration, Sports Marketing and Sports Law, with a specialization in HR. Raquel is also a member of EY Women Network Committee.
How Raquel is building a better working world
“I lead the EY Winning Women program. Under this initiative, we help female entrepreneurs and business owners overcome the barriers that prevent their businesses from growing. We have created a powerful and influential network of notable women with inspiring stories through this endeavour. I’m contributing to building a better working world by connecting female entrepreneurs with organizations and individuals who can help their companies, institutions and communities grow.”