Felipe Montoro Jens, economic specialist

Felipe Montoro Jens is a leader in the modern business community. The Brazil native has attended domestic and international educational institutions as well as local and international corporations. Felipe’s access to top-notch education and professional experience has placed him in a league of his own in today’s business climate. Felipe is trilingual, as he speaks Portuguese, English, and Spanish fluently, skills that have helped convey economic consultation strategies to clients around the world.

In 1998, Felipe attended Oregon University for a few years, and eventually landed at UC Santa Barbra, where he studied and graduated with a bachelor’s degree studying Spanish and history. In addition to his undergraduate studies, Felipe also earned a master’s degree kinesiology and health promotion. Felipe would also attend and excel during his time at Fundao Getlio Vargas (FGV) with a degree in administration. Mr. Montoro also studied at Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University. Visit his website felipemontorojens.com to learn more.

One of Felipe’s earliest professional roles was at Santo Antônio Energia, and it was during his time here he developed his love for infrastructure and its connection to the economy and job markets. Later in his professional career, Felipe would spend time working at Enron and then as project development and a financial analyst. Mr. Montoro is also a Certified Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), a skill set that has helped tremendously during his long professional career. On the international scale, Felipe played an essential role in ensuring loans KfW and OPIC, which secured funds for Cuiabá Thermoelectric Power Plant.

Felipe Montoro Jens brings a unique set of skills that keeps his expertise in demand among both the public and private sectors. His native country Brazil, is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world and host millions of visitors annually. This constant influx of tourists to Brazil is beginning to take its toll on the local ecosystems.

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