Curitiba – Meet the winners of the medal of the Order of Light of Pinhais
Mayor Rafael Greca presented this Wednesday (September 21) the Medal of the Order of Light of Pinhais to the following honorees (in alphabetical order):
1) Alexandre Jarschel de Oliveira – Municipal Secretary for Administration, Personnel Management and Information Technology
Alexandre Jarschel de Oliveira was born in 1986 in Curitiba.
The lawyer graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Parana (PUCPR), and received a master’s degree in management and sustainability from the High Institute of Administration and Economics (ISAE/FGV). In 2017, he attended the university extension course Participatory Planning – Implementation Mechanisms Los ODS – Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, ECLAC, Chile.
He worked in the field of criminal, administrative and tax law for national and international companies, such as HSBC Bank Brasil SA and Vivo SA, and was a consultant for Centro de Ensino Superior dos Campos Gerais Ltda (Cescage).
He was president of the Municipal Institute for Public Administration (Imap), autarchy of the city of Curitiba, from 2017 to 2019, when he took over the municipal Department of Administration, Personnel Management and Information Technology (Smap).
He is the president of the National Forum of the Secretariats of Municipal Chief Administrations (Fonac), in his second term.
2) Cida Borghetti – Former governor of Parana
The former governor of Parana, Cida Borghetti, 57, graduated in public administration from the Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina (Unisul). He has a specialization in public policy at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). She followed a public career in Paraná, after being state deputy, federal representative, vice governor and state governor. It is one of the main national references in the field of early childhood, the period from birth to 6 years of age. He attended the Executive Leadership Program in Early Childhood Development at Harvard University.
He is nationally recognized for his work in favor of women, children and adolescents, preventive health, fight and treatment of breast cancer and special care for people. Today, she is the world ambassador of the World Family Organization, a job in which she used her experience from early childhood to learn about new international projects and apply them in Brazil in the future.
Cida Borghetti is still a business woman, she was the first woman elected president of the Giuseppe Garibaldi Association, and in 2021 she was appointed administrative adviser of Itaipu.
3) Dom José Antonio Peruzzo – Archbishop of Curitiba
Dom José Antonio Peruzzo, 62, current archbishop of the Archdiocese of Curitiba, has a master’s degree in biblical sciences from the Pontifical Biblical Institute and a doctorate in biblical theology from the Pontifical University of Santo Tomás de Aquino, both in Rome (Italy). He acts as the reference bishop for catechesis in the southern region of 2 Paraná. Within the National Episcopal Conference of Brazil (CNBB), he is the president of the Episcopal Commission for Pastoral Care for Biblical-Catechetical Animation, in addition, he is a reference in the work for pastoral care for the elderly.
Today, he also serves as the president of Cáritas Curitiba, an institution with a social purpose that works to defend human rights, food security and the sustainable development of people in social danger. The position enables him to carry out actions in defense of life and participate in building a fair, egalitarian and plural society. Cáritas Curitiba is currently focused on providing services to migrants and refugees, based on infrastructure such as the halfway house located in the Capão da Imbuia neighborhood.
4) Geci Labres de Souza Junior – supervisor of the Workers’ Hospital Complex
General Director of the Hospital do Trabalhador, since January 2003, Geci Labres de Souza Junior played a key role in the formation of the current Complexo Hospitalar do Trabalhador, in 2019, when the operational model of the institution was expanded to five other units: Comprehensive Care for Cleft Lip and Palate, the Rehabilitation Hospital, the Hospital for Infectious Diseases and the Oswaldo Cruz Clinical Guard, the Lapa São Sebastião Regional Hospital and the Regional Center for Integrated Assistance to People with Disabilities.
From then on, Souza Junior acted as the supervisor of the entire hospital complex. He had a prominent role in the management of institutions during the most critical periods of the covid-19 pandemic, at a time of great pressure on the health system and maximum occupancy of hospital beds.
Souza Junior graduated in medicine (1982/1989) and postgraduate studies in gynecology and obstetrics (1989/1991) at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR). He is also a specialist in clinical management, hospital administration, SUS hospital management and SUS Emergency Management. He holds a bachelor’s degree in hospital administration and an advanced life support instructor course in obstetrics from the American Academy of Family Physicians.
A doctor in the public service since 1994, he also served as coordinator of the obstetrics service at the Hospital do Trabalhador, between 1998 and 2003, before taking over the leadership of the institution. Born in Curitiba, he is 58 years old.
5) Haroldo Jacobovicz – businessman
Haroldo Jacobovicz was born in 1961 in Curitiba, where he graduated in 1983 as a civil engineer from the Federal University of Paraná. A year before leaving university, he founded his first company, Microsystem, focused on retail computerization.
In the early 1990s, he pioneered the development of solutions for the modernization of public agencies, building the fundamental foundations for the capital of Paraná, years later, to gain prominence among the smartest and most connected communities in the world. Through the e-Governe Group, it provides tax, financial, administrative, health and educational software services for managing municipalities in different regions of the country.
Its trajectory also includes activities in the power generation, telecommunications, technology and, more recently, computer virtualization sectors.
In late 2021, he founded Arlequim Technologies, a startup that proposes a new way of using technology, attributing high performance to previously limited or outdated computers. As a philanthropist, he supports social actions aimed at health, education, culture and animal protection in Curitiba and the region through the Haroldo Jacobovicz Institute, which is also a partner in the Solidarity Table program of Curitiba City Hall.
6) João Casillo – lawyer
Graduated in law from the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná (PUCPR) in 1968, João Casillo, 78, earned a master’s degree and a doctorate in law in 1979 and 1984, respectively, both from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUCSP).
He attended numerous courses abroad, was a professor at the Faculty of Law in Curitiba, as well as at the Catholic and Federal Universities of Paraná, the latter at graduate, master’s and doctoral studies.
Casillo is the author of the books “Erro como Vício da Vontade”, “Damage to a person and his compensation”, “Law and art – collection” and “Law and philately – the art of postage stamps”.
With extensive experience in providing services to foreign companies, Casillo is actively involved in international relations and is currently the Honorary Consul of Belgium in the capital city of Parana. As a lawyer, he has been working in the field of business law for more than 50 years.
Sensitive to social causes, the lawyer is a partner of the municipality of Curitiba in Mesa Solidária, a program that has one of its units located under the Capanema Viaduct, next to the Patrícia Casillo Food Safety School. The name is a tribute to the lawyer, daughter of João Casillo, who passed away earlier this year.
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