Carolina Parisi is a lawyer and is currently Associate Company Secretary at ArcelorMittal S.A. in Luxembourg, the world’s largest steel producer. She is also the Founding Curator of the Luxembourg City Hub of Global Shapers, an initiative of the World Economic Forum. She has a multi-cult profile having also worked on a green field project in India and lectured Commercial and Tax Law in Brazil.
She is passionate about education and social causes. In Brazil, she is one of the founders and member of the non-governmental organisation AME – Ação Mineira para Educação (“Minas Action for Education”) – which educates vulnerable groups and promotes informed and responsible citizenship. From Luxembourg, she also supports WakaWaka, a Dutch social enterprise fighting energy poverty through innovative lights, to establish their presence in Brazil. 16,000 people are injured by kerosene lamps every day. 1.3 billion people rely on them.
Parisi holds a BA in Law, a Masters in Tax Law from the University of Minas Gerais (Brazil) and an Executive MBA from the European School of Business at the Reutlingen University (Germany).