Mario Salimon is an international consultant, journalist, researcher, awarded filmmaker and musician. His work in organizations focuses on improving strategy management, marketing and communication so people can leverage their competencies and collaborate more efficiently towards collective goals.
Salimon started as a reporter and art critic but later consolidated his career as an international consultant, having worked for relevant brands such as UNICEF, UNESCO, IICA, UNDCP, AVINA Foundation and the Brazilian Public Communication Company – EBC.
Mario has also written and published three books and produced over a dozen documentaries, one of them being awarded “best long feature” at one of Brazil’s most important festivals. Salimon is also regarded as one of the foremost Jazz and Blues singers from the Brazilian capital.
He has a master’s and a doctor’s degree in organizational management, researching managerialism and subjectivity in international development agencies. He occasionally teaches post graduation courses in marketing and communication strategy.
In March, 2018, he moved to the Algarve in Portugal whith his family, in order to broaden the family’s academic and professional opportunities.