Claudia Pereira holds a degree in Journalism from the Cásper Líbero School of Journalism and a postgraduate qualification in Applied Consumer Sciences from the Superior School of Advertising and Marketing. She has worked in the editorial departments of major newspapers, such as O Estado de S. Paulo and Folha de S. Paulo, for the website of the advertising and marketing magazine Propmark, and the magazine Marketing. Prior to this, Claudia worked in corporate communications at TV Cultura and the Grupo Newcomm, the latter of which belongs to the British multinational advertising and public relations company WPP plc. Claudia has extensive experience in business communications, content development, strategy, and planning and is also the creator and content editor of the blog Família Plural (http://emais.estadao.com.br/blogs/familia-plural/) hosted on the web portal Estadão.com.
Nicole Gasparini is a journalism student at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. She has experience in communications gained at the press and public relations agency Art Presse, Editora Globo, the editorial department of the magazine Crescer, and the website of the magazine Pequenas Empresas & Grandes Negócios. She spent a semester studying international relations and political sciences at the University of Warsaw and undertook voluntary work over a six-month period in Thailand, Nepal, Cambodia, and Myanmar.