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Executive Staff

Ibiapaba Netto

Executive Director

Journalist, started in the profession in 1998 and specialized in the agribusiness sector, being awarded the prize “Acting responsibly” from FMC Agricultural Products in 2006. Worked to publications such as the renowned newspaper “O Estado de São Paulo” and  in the weekly magazine“Istoé Dinheiro Rural”, as reporter and editor. Studied politics and economics in the Pontifícia Universidade Católica in São Paulo. Held the position of journalism coordinator at Prole/SP and since 2013 is the executive director of CitrusBR.

Larissa Popp Abrahão

Director of International Relations

Holds a Degree in International Relations form the University of São Paulo and a technical degree in business administration. Worked in the international areas of the publishing house Companhia das Letras and Santander Group, and in the investor relations area of Invest Tur S.A. and Gafisa S.A. Works for CitrusBR since its foundation in 2009, being involved in its main projects. Currently holds the position of international relations director, representing the association in its projects related to external markets.

Eduardo Savanachi

Communications Manager

Journalist since 2006, specialized in the agribusiness sector working as a repórter in the magazines Panorama Rural and Istoé Dinheiro Rural. Held the position of communications officer at the Agency CDI, working with Monsanto. Currently holds the position of Communications Manager, editing CitrusBR´s website and magazine.

Juliana Ribeiro


Journalist with a degree from the Universidade Estadual Paulista – UNESP, with a post-graduation in International Economics Negotiations from the same university, works in the agribusiness sector since 2006. Worked in the magazine Istoé Dinheiro Rural, in the newspaper Brasil Econômico, in the portal Sou Agro and as a collaborator in the magazine Globo Rural. Was awarded the Journalism prize from the publishing house Globo as a member of the team in the project “Caminhos da Safra” from Globo Rural magazine and the prize “Sustainable Livestock” promoted by the Brazilian Roundtable on sustainable livestock (GTPS), both in 2012. Currently holds the position of sub-editor at CitrusBR magazine.

Célia Regina

Financial and Administrative Coordinator

Graduated in Business Administration, worked in the Brazilian Mail Company (Correios) as administrative coordinator in the Board office. Started in the private sector in 2007 in an accounting enterprise, Appura Contábil. Currently holds the position of Financial and Administrative Coordinator at CitrusBR

Carolina Omori


Graduated in Business Administration with emphasis in International Trade since 2010. Worked in the operational area of impor and export department at Alvenius Equipamentos Tubulares, monitoring and controlling the import and export processes. Also worked in the export department  at Nova Safra Transportes in the administrative area. Currently holds the position of Financial and Administrative Assistant.