Alice Watson

Alice Watson graduated in Communications – Journalism from the University of Brasilia (UnB). Her monograph became a book, “O Guia do Mochileiro – Um roteiro pela Bolívia e Peru,” and has sold more than six thousand copies. The journalist has experience in national and international press office and in covering the areas of sustainability, environment, culture and tourism. She specialized in Communication for Tourism and Environment at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and, upon returning to Brazil, she did a Master in Tourism at UnB, completed in 2013. Her thesis culminated in the production of a documentary on social mobilization in Fernando de Noronha (SOS Noronha – The story of a mobilization), a brazilian island that Alice lived as a student of journalism when she had written for the Blog do Noblat.

Born in Brasilia, Alice lives in Rio de Janeiro since 2012, when she came to work on projects of internationalization of Brazilian literature in the National Library Foundation after more than three years in Embratur. Currently, this postgraduate Gaia Education – Design for Sustainability and is coordinator of the Communication Institute Igarapé.

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