Núbia is Sidera’s trainee after a successful experience under the Flagship Portuguese program coordinated in partnership with Campus B. She is a Brazilian Psychology student at the Federal University of São João del-Rei (UFSJ) and a researcher in gender, migration, human rights, and interculturality.
Before joining Sidera, she participated in a student mobility program at the Universidad Santo Tomás (USTA) in Bogotá; in an exchange program focused on the English language at Stafford House International Canterbury, and in a virtual exchange on Cultural Awareness at Indiana University Bloomington. These life experiences expanded her interest in building intercultural dialogues and finding collective solutions to global challenges.
Here at Sidera, Núbia supports communication plans, publications in media channels and develops organizational-cross culture and intercultural analyses. In addition, she contributes to other relevant projects, such as market-expansion-tactic reports and consumer-profile studies for foreign companies in the following segments: health, IA security, cosmetics, and a few start-ups. She is also part of Sidera’s team for Duty Optimization projects and was responsible for providing research support for the British Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Brazil.
Núbia is fluent in Portuguese, English, and Spanish, and is an avid blogger and storyteller for Sidera. After her bachelor’s degree, she plans to pursue a master’s in social psychology. In her free time, she dedicates herself to artistic production and creative writing.