Felipe de Brito e Cunha

Felipe has a long history in the sustainability network, working in micro and macro scale, for different sectors and areas, where he also has graduated in Geography and Environmental studies in Brazil. After almost a decade in the sustainability market, he decided to enroll in the Masters of Economics for Transition at Schumacher College (UK) where he focused his research in the evolution of new economy and social innovation, mainly collaborative economy and the commons. From his dissertation he wrote the book Collaborative Economy: Recreating Collective Meaning in 2018. Side by side supporting different kinds of organisations’ journeys through collective experiences, Felipe is a skilled facilitator and now moved with his wife and three kids to Lisbon for a PhD in Political Science at ISCTE.