Joice Toyota, MBA/MAEd ’15: New Leaders for Brazil’s Public Sector

Toyota, a 2015 Social Innovation Fellow, explains her Vetor Brasil venture.

September 08, 2015

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Joice Toyota, MBA/MEd ’15, founder of Vetor Brasil

Vetor Brasil matches emerging leaders with opportunities in the public sector. For high-potential teams in state and local departments of Brazil’s government that need talent to support the implementation of key initiatives, Vetor Brasil is a platform that places top-performing, impact-driven university graduates in public-service jobs for one-year programs.

For talented young Brazilians who want to have social impact and become agents of change for their country, Vetor Brasil is a gateway into public management, where they can get a taste of a high-impact career and build a network of contacts with other impact-minded leaders in the government.

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