Fernando Guilherme Tenorio

Professor of Public Policy in Brazil

Fernando Guilherme Tenorio is a Brazilian professor of public policy who came to Dartmouth as part of an event titled, “Amazonian Perspectives/Amazonian Prospects,” which was co-sponsored by the Montgomery Endowment and addressed issues like sustainable development, human rights, education, and cultural preservation. Tenorio discussed the indigenous Tuyuka people who live in Brazil and Colombia along the Upper Negro River Region. Tenorio has experience in teaching, research, technical consulting services in Brazil and abroad, and has served as an International Research Project Coordinator in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. His interests focus on social management, organizational theory, and program and project management.