Diversity & Inclusion Committee

Equal opportunities regardless of origin, orientation or belief

End of 2019 was the start of our first Dutcham D&I Committee – a special delegation of senior level managers from our Dutch companies – in the first place with the purpose of working together on “Female Empowerment“.

The Committee has now grown into a solid network where experiences and challenges are shared in the overall field of Diversity & Inclusion. In addition to gender equality, the Committee also focuses on equal opportunities regardless of origin, orientation or belief.

Inspiring, internal projects are exchanged between our companies in order to learn and grow together. New learnings are developed with the support of external experts and specialists via regular roundtables. Concrete projects are set up together with independent organizations such as UN Women.

Today 14 important Dutch companies based in Brazil actively participate in this bi-monthly working group, under the supervision of our “Committee Ambassador”, Mrs. Patricia Frossard (Country Manager at Philips Brazil) and with the honorary support of the Dutch Ambassador in Brazil, H.E. Mr. Kees van Rij.

Equal opportunities regardless of origin, orientation or belief

Our members

Alessandra Hazl Dambock Rabobank Regional General Counsel South America
Alexandra Olivares FrieslandCampina HR Business Partner
Amanda Capucho Philips General Manager – Philips Personal Health
Angela Castro Deloitte Tax Partner and Leader of All-In Strategy for Diversity
Breno Barros Heineken HR Director – Organizational Development and Culture
Carla Augustin Ruggeri ABN AMRO Head of Human Resources
Danielle Rainha Makro Chief People Officer & Board Members
Elaine Poço AkzoNobel RD&I and Sustainability Director Latam
Joyce Dias Joyce Dias Advocacia International Corporate Lawyer
Júlia Brunetti BDO HR Manager
Julia Lindsey ING Head of Legal
Laura Trapp KPMG Tax Director
Maria Luiza Nascimento Randstad HR Director
Renata Medeiros DSM HR Director
Rosângela Olivieri KLM HR Director South America