Alexandra Strommer de Farias Godoi
Alexandra Godoi worked for seven years in the financial market, reaching in the JP Morgan S.A. Bank a position as Vice President and Senior Analyst in the area of Equity Research, expert in the Oil, Gas and Electric Energy for Latin America and Eastern Europe. Having worked in the São Paulo offices and in the bank's headquarters in New York, she gave lectures and presentations to investors in the USA, Canada, Europe and Latin America. Alexandra was named the best variable-income analyst in Brazil by Institutional Investor of Brazil for the electric energy sector in Latin America (2000) and received a silver medal by Latin Finance magazine as the second best variable income analyst for the electricity sector in Latin America (2001). Currently, she is teaching and coordinating the course of Applied Microeconomics of the Business Administration course at the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (EAESP), being among the best evaluated teachers of the course, according to the students, since 2011. As a doctor of Economics, Getulio Vargas Foundation, she had her doctorate thesis in the area of Behavioral Economics and Firm Investment guided by Prof. Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira. She was one of the first professionals in Brazil to obtain the right to use the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) designation, granted by the American organization CFA Institute, a certification of great international recognition in the financial area. Graduated in Business Administration from the Getulio Vargas Foundation in 1997, she obtained the merit award bestowed by the Regional Administration Counci awarded to the student with the best academic performance. She graduated first in the Vestibular Fuvest/1994 for a career in Business Administration.