Marilia Monteiro

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Organization: Mozilla Foundation
Affiliation: Fellowship Program, NextGen@ICANN
Region: Latin America and the Caribbean
Country: Brazil
Email: m.monteiro [at]
LinkedIn: LinkedInIcon.png   Marilia Monteiro
Twitter: TwitterIcon.png   @mmariliaa0
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Marilia Monteiro is a Mozilla Tech Policy Fellow based in Brasília, Brazil.

Career History

Marilia Monteiro worked as a graduate research assistant at the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) within the LATINNO project, a research on democratic innovation in Latin America (2017). She was also a graduate researcher at the Privacy Brazil project, on public policies and data protection in the country - a partnership between the Ford Foundation and the Internet Lab. [1]

Previously, Marília was a Policy Manager and Analyst at the Brazilian Ministry of Justice's Consumer Office from 2013-2015, where she managed digital policies for consumer protection and law enforcement. She coordinated the government public comments (2015) for Brazil's first general data protection law.

Marília was also a research assistant at the Center for Technology and Society (CTS-FGV) with the Brazilian Observatory on Digital Policies (2011-2013) and Rio's Institute for Technology and Society (ITS-Rio) where she worked on a Case Study on the Port 25/TCP Management in the Brazilian Internet in partnership with the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (

ICANN and Internet Governance Participation

  • Fellow ICANN 51
  • Fellow Mentor ICANN 52
  • NextGen ICANN 53
  • NextGen Ambassador ICANN 59
  • ISOC's Youth@IGF mentor (IGF 10 and 11)


  • Master in Public Policy - Hertie School of Governance (HSoG)
  • Bachelor in Law - Getulio Vargas Foundation School of Law in Rio de Janeiro (FGV-Rio)