And, in his current capacities, he continues to demonstrate top-notch organizational skills, while being accustomed to working in fast-paced environments and cultivating positive morale in team members by consistently advocating for their success.
Throughout his extensive legal and educational career (as a professor, researcher, journalist, and attorney), he has successfully demonstrated the ability to manage team members around clearly defined agendas and in-line with overall business objectives while driving positive results across all measurable performance indicators.
He has been recognized numerously throughout his career; his hardworking, results-oriented nature has proven instrumental at numerous stops along his path, and, in the coming year, he plans on continuing his work in the US as an attorney and social entrepreneur.
He’s passionate about the role of business in society and stakeholder theory, a theory of organizational management and business ethics that accounts for several constituencies impacted by interfacing with business entities such as employees, local community members, and others.
He travels a lot and spent last year in New York City doing volunteer work for nonprofits. He is committed to becoming a global leader in his field and a champion of human rights. In fact, he still believes we can leave the world a better place for future generations, including more equality and freedom for all. For Silva, it’s more than hyperbole or some cleverly strewn together mantra; it’s a way of life. He’s interested in several other issues, as well, including autism advocacy, gender, and climate, and is a devout advocate for legal education and awareness.
Pereira is fluent in English, Portuguese, and Spanish, and intermediate in German, French, and Italian, too. On any given day, you will find him challenging himself with new tasks and looking for creative and innovative ways to re-invest back into the community through entrepreneurship and a community-centric approach. He hopes to be a legal counsel for social justice, criminal rights, and human rights issues in the US in the coming year with plans on continuing to relate-back to stakeholder theory.