Ricardo Anderáos is Vice President of Operations at Humanitas360 Institute. Prior to joining H360, he served as Framework Change Leader for Ashoka at Latin America.
Anderáos has a long career in journalism, with emphasis in digital platforms, having served as the editor-in-chief at Huffington Post Brasil, Metro Newspaper and MTV Brasil, and as international correspondent for Folha de S.Paulo newspaper.
As an environmentalist, he facilitated the development of a NGO´s network that negotiated environmental safeguards towards the pre-salt exploitation by oil companies in southeastern Brazil. Since 2017, he has been working with philanthropist Patricia Villela Marino, president of the Humanitas360 Institute, in projects like the first index about citizen empowerment in the American continent, developed in partnership with The Economist Intelligence Unit, and an entrepreneurship ecosystem for detainees and former detainees, preventing them from returning to crime after being released from prison.
Anderáos holds a PhD in Social History of Art from the University of São Paulo.