Mariana Chiesa Gouveia Nascimento
Mariana Chiesa Gouveia Nascimento
São Paulo/SP
+55 (11) 3068-5717

Doctorate in State Law from University of São Paulo (USP), in 2017

Masters in State Law from University of São Paulo (USP), in 2013

Law degree from Pontífica Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUCSP), in 2008

Mariana Chiesa Gouveia Nascimento

Socially impactful partnerships and urban regulatrion. Chiesa has a professional background that combines public management practice with consultating and litigation in the field of public law. She has extensive experience in legal modeling for the implementation of public policies and partnerships with public authorities, advising companies, startups and third sector entities, in the most varied models, such as management contracts, collaboration terms, public-private partnerships, technological order, procedures for expressions of social interest and social impact contract. Her professional performance also adds experiences related to the regulation of urban space, advising companies and entities impacted by urban regulation. Curriculum vitae.


Professor at Insper's Law School, teaching the course "Rural and Urban Property."

Professor at FGV-SP Postgraduate Program, teaching the courses: "Urban Development and Real Estate Sector"; "Sustainability in Urban Spaces: Legal Strategies"; and "Public Policies in ESG and Business Opportunities."

Chief of staff of the Secretariat of Assistance and Social Development of the Municipality of São Paulo - 2013/2016.

Participated of the elaboration of the regulatory framework for Civil Society Organizations - MROSC in the Municipality of São Paulo.

Certified by the World Bank as a PPP specialized professional (Certified PPP Professional 1 Foundation - CP³P Foundation) - 2017.

Associate Director of Instituto ZeroCem – an institute for applied research in the field of socioenvironmentally just development.

Part of the international module of the Columbia Women's Leadership Network program, at Columbia University, New York - 2018.

At OAB-SP, she is the Vice-President of the Special Administrative Law Commission, Coordinator of Advocacy and Regulation of the Third Sector Law Commission, and was Vice-President of the Urban Law Commission (2019/2022).

• Interview. BRP Questions: Provisional Measure of land regularization 'violates' the Constitution • Presidential criticism of other powers is limited by law, experts say • New target of mistrust: civil society • The right of protocol as an obstacle to innovation in city management • OAB elections: proposals and women's representation • Association and foundation management is eased, but understanding is fragile • Social leasing as an option to reduce the housing deficit • Post-storm chaos exposes São Paulo's delay in dealing with climatic events • Sale of names of public buildings in São Paulo does not clash with the Clean City Law • A year and a half after concession to the private sector, the revitalization of Vale do Anhangabaú remains incomplete. • Companies await government decisions to invest in the new "Minha Casa Minha Vida" program • The tender for hiring a managing entity for the Cinemateca is technically unfeasible • Organizations in São Paulo demand that the revision of the Master Plan be participatory and democratic even amidst the pandemic • The city hall recycles project to revamp the Parque Dom Pedro II area
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