Vânia Bueno Cury is a communicator who has chosen human development as an area of interest for her professional and personal life. Excited about the first entrepreneurial waves in Brazil and aware of the wealth of working with a multidisciplinary team, she founded Anima Productive Interaction. The company has developed communication learning processes for companies of different sizes and segments for 20 years.

In 2007, driven by the call for innovation, she took a sabbatical break and attended an international Master’s program in Positive Organizational Development and Change at Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland/Ohio – USA. She met professionals from the five continents and graduated in Appreciative Inquiry, Emotional Intelligence and Coaching. She also studied systemic thought, dialogue facilitation, conflict mediation and applied ethics.

Committed to promoting her own development, she participates in programs, both in Brazil and abroad, at institutions such as Palas Athena (Brazil), Brahma Kumaris (India), Findhorn Foundation (Scotland), Schumacher College (England), and Université Paris-Sorbonne (France).

Her most recent adventure was returning to the classroom as a visiting scholar of graduate programs at the São Paulo University School of Business Administration (Fundação Instituto de Administração – FIA/USP) and School of Communication and Arts (Escola de Comunicação e Artes – ECA/USP), as well as at São Carlos Federal University (UFSCar) MBA programs and the Brazilian Association of Business Communication – ABERJE.