Talita concentrates in global politics and security in the MSFS program and is a Center for Latin American Studies fellow. Her academic interests involve the political aspects of development and gender equality. She holds a law degree from the University of Sao Paulo and attended Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Executive Program in International Relations. Talita’s previous work experience includes work at the Public Defense of São Paulo state and the Brazilian Mission to the United Nations.
"The most decisive factor in my decision to participate in the MSFS program was the human aspect of MSFS. The opportunity to belong to a small cohort and develop close relationships with my peers and professors was something I believed only MSFS could offer. I have not been disappointed since making my decision to study at Georgetown. I am continuously amazed by how much I have learn from my classmates and MSFS peers. This seems to continue long after graduation as I have been pleasantly surprised in every interaction with MSFS alumni. I feel both lucky and proud to belong to a program with great values and a tradition of bringing out the best in its people.”