In alphabetical order:
- Bernardo Szpigel, CFO, Suzano Papel e Celulose.
- Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz, former Dean, UNICAMP; Science Director, FAPESP.
- Carlos Henrique Moreira, CEO, Embratel.
- Cassio Taniguchi, Brazilian Congressman (as of 2006).
- Conrado Engel, CEO, HSBC Brasil.
- Dimas Lara Barbosa, Rio de Janeiro Auxiliary Bishop, Roman Catholic Church in Brazil.
- Edson Vaz Musa, President of the Board of Directors of Caloi. Also, former member of Rhône Poulanc Group Executive Committee, current member of the Board of Advisors of Natura, WEG Industries, TV Cultura, Alliance Française, amongst others.
- Emanuel Fernandes, Brazilian Congressman (as of 2010) and two-term Mayor of São José dos Campos (1997–2004).
- Frederico Fleury Curado, CEO, EMBRAER.
- Jean Paul Jacob, Research Leader and Visionary, IBM.
- Jorge Bittar, Brazilian Congressman (as of 2006).
- Jose Dion de Melo Teles former president of SERPRO, CNPq, General Manager of STJ, Professor of CNAM, France.
- Kristo Ivanov, Professor of Informatics, Umeå University.
- Luiz Eduardo Falco Correa, CEO, Oi/Brasil Telecom.
- Marcos César Pontes, First Brazilian astronaut;
- Ned Kock, Professor of Information Systems, Texas A&M International University.
- Ozires Silva, Founder and former CEO, EMBRAER.
- Rogério César de Cerqueira Leite, experimental physicist and scientific leader.
- Walter Schalka, CEO, Votorantim Cimentos.
- André Dias, CEO Monsanto Brazil
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