TATIANA L. PALERMO
Tatiana is an International Trade, Public Policies and Regulatory Advocacy expert based in Washington, DC. She specializes on the following topics:
• agricultural trade
• market access negotiations
• sanitary and phytosanitary requirements
• trade regulations and facilitation
• regulatory barriers and policies
• trade and investment promotion
• investments’ attraction
• regional integration
• regulatory & legislative advocacy
Tatiana served as Secretary for International Agribusiness Relations (Vice-Minister) of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply of Brazil, acting as Brazil’s chief agricultural trade negotiator, and has an extensive track record of senior management positions in government and in the private sector in Brazil, the United States, the Netherlands and Russia.
Tatiana sat on the Boards of Directors of the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa), of the National Food Supply Company of Brazil (Conab) and of the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil).
Tatiana has a strong legal background having worked throughout her career with diverse regulatory, legislative and policy issues related to agriculture, industry and services sectors. She holds an LL.M. Degree in International Business Law from Leiden University (the Netherlands), a Master’s Degree in Private Law from the Russian Post-Graduate School for Private Law, and a Post-Graduate Degree in Law of Economic and Commercial International Relations from Fundação Getulio Vargas (Brazil).
Since 2017, Tatiana writes a column for the Brazilian newspaper “Gazeta do Povo” about international political and economic trends, macroeconomic policy-making, international trade and investments. LEARN MORE.