Marina specializes in hosting dialogues focused on human, local, and organizational development, innovation, sustainability, and learning.
Marina Minari has 10 years of professional experience working on projects with private organizations, governments, NGOs, and communities, particularly in the Amazon region. She started her career hosting meetings between people and (their) nature in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest caves. Marina is passionate about complex social-environmental systems, nature, indigenous and traditional communities, and dance. She is also an expert in ecotourism and rural tourism.
Marina is a co-founder of Circulah and collaborates with CoCriar. She is also a steward of the Art of Hosting Community and a co-founder of the Brazilian Association for Sharing Nature—Romã Institute. Mariana participated in the second edition of Development Practitioners and Social Process: Artists of the Invisible by Allan Kaplan.
Dialogue, development processes, sustainability, conflict, innovation, nature