Ana Clara Otoni
CEO and founder
Ana Clara Otoni is a journalist based in Long Beach, California who is enthusiastic about sustainability, social justice and gender equality. She has been covering technology, economy, and international news since 2009 for different outlets in Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte, working with newspapers O Globo, Hoje em Dia, and O Tempo. Since 2018, she leads the content production for Become Odara, a platform she created to educate women around sexuality, relationships, mental and physical health. Ana Clara has facilitated workshops and roundtables with accredited, global organizations including Girl Up (a United Nations NGO) and Toastmasters International. Ana is a published writer with the Rough Writers Club, in “Les Batailles de la Femme” (Woman’s Battle), she writes about timeless themes such as freedom, courage, and friendship. This short-novel is inspired by the early years of the French philosopher and mother of existentialist feminism, Simone de Beauvoir. Ana Clara has a Masters in Business from Southern States University, United States, and an MBA in Social Media and Digital Communications from Centro Universitário UNA, Brazil. She is fluent in English and Portuguese.
Fernanda is a Brazilian journalist, Public Relations, and writer. After 16 years working as a seasoned results-driven Communications and Marketing Manager for technology, gaming, and sports industries, she decided it was time to make a career transition and moved to California, where she earned her MBA degree. As the VPPR of Rough Writers Toastmasters Club, Fernanda works alongside writers, creatives and entrepreneurs always advocating for kindness as a path to social change. Fey (as her friends call her) tries to always focus on the solutions and looks towards hers and the worlds challenges with a positive approach. Throughout practicing Crossfit, she learned that she does not need to try to always be perfect and that every little detail can mean improvement and make a difference (either it is putting another pound on the bar or listening to a friend). As our partnership director, Fey helps the Become Odara community to vote with their dollar by bringing companies that are working to minimize their impact on our environment and/or giving back to local communities.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director
Nay is a Brazilian journalist and activist based in Los Angeles, California.
Community Engagement Director
Isa is a Brazilian journalist and founder of Wine Marketing, a boutique integrated communication agency.
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