Larissa Curado

  • Larissa has extensive experience in nonprofit organization management, design, strategic implementation plans, management of social projects, administration and management of international funds, and corporate social responsibility in the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
  • She has 12 years of experience managing high impact sockets, as a coach and consultant for North American donors seeking to develop their CSR strategies in Latin America.
  • Larissa has accompanied hundreds of Latin American NGOs in their processes of institutional capacity building, fundraising, donor relations, and intercultural communication with international donors.
  • She served as a consultant at The Equator Initiative of the United Nations Development Program, UNDP in New York. She was the Giving Manager for the Brazil Foundation in New York.
  • Larissa has advised NGOs from Brazil, India, and the United States in their strategic planning processes, capacity building, and management of strategic allies.
  • She holds a master’s in international relations from The New School University and a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Universidad Estacio de Sá, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, specializing in Human Rights.
  • Larissa speaks Portuguese, Spanish, and English.