Professor of the Faculty of Education of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and professor of the permanent board of the Postgraduate Program in Education (PPG Educação) of the Fluminense Federal University. Leader of the research groups CNPQ "Subjectivity and Organizations" (UFRJ) and "Theory and Practice" (UFF). Professor of the Fluminense Federal University until 2013. Member of the Center for Research in Economic Sociology of Organizations (SOCIUS), University of Lisbon, Portugal, since 2007. Author of "Solidary Economy in Portugal: cartographic inspirations" published in Brazil and Portugal , is also one of the organizers of "Solidary Residence UFRGS: experience of university students with the development of a social technology", published in Brazil by Ed. of UFRGS. He completed his degree in Business Administration from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (2003) - revalidated in Portugal by the Universidade de Lisboa as a Master's Degree in Management, a Master's in Administration from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (2006) and a PhD in Economic and Organizational Sociology by the Technical University of Lisbon (2011), revalidated as PhD in Economics by the Fluminense Federal University (2012). He has experience in Education, Administration and Sociology, with emphasis on Higher Education, Narrative Methods, Qualitative Research in Education, Work and Subjectivity, Teaching, Trust and Solidarity Economy.