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Michelle Bade

Sheilla Pereira Albuquerque Joins our Brazilian Advisory board!

By Allgemein, News Home

We’re thrilled to welcome Sheilla Pereira Albuquerque to our world-class Brazilian Advisory board. With over 28 years of experience in the biotechnology and agrochemicals industry, Sheilla will contribute her crucial expertise to help us expand our planting and continue to restore biodiversity.

Sheilla initially graduated with a degree in Business Administration from Universidade Paulista and an MBA from Business School São Paulo. Her impressive professional career has included working at Rohm and Haas Quimica, Dow AgroSciences and Corteva AgriSciences, where she has held leadership positions in operations, marketing and sales, having served in the last 3 years in the Vice Presidency of the Southern and Paraguay areas.

She is currently responsible for the South and Southeast Operations, Marketing, Digital and ESG areas at AgroGalaxy, one of the largest retail platforms for agricultural inputs and services for Brazilian agribusiness. We look forward to having her passion and knowledge guide us as we grow and plant many more trees together. 

TreeLove launch: change the future with a present

By Allgemein, News Home

We could not be more proud to announce a very special partnership. TreeLove is combining art and nature, to allow you to give a gift that is truly invaluable. They have curated a selection of hand-crafted artisan tree carvings, to be given as a gift, in combination with trees, planted by the Black Jaguar Foundation, in the heart of Brazil.

TreeLove has been a labour of love and stems from a deep commitment to environmental preservation, by Founder Andrea Dreesmann. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Andrea’s two passions are education and the environment. An ambassador for Human Rights Watch in Brazil, Andrea runs two educational programs in the communities of Vidigal and Rocinha in Rio de Janeiro and is dedicated to restoring Brazil’s vital ecosystems.

Andrea and her son Felipe visited the Araguaia corridor in 2019 to witness the work going on. During this trip, they planted some of our very first trees, trees that are now thriving along the Araguaia river and starting to restore nature. We look forward to planting many more trees together and are honoured to be part of this beautiful campaign.