“WOMEN AND POCKETS”
How innocent jokes and everyday misconceptions continue to push gender inequality forward.
By Caroline Gibin Ribeiro
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Caroline Gibin Ribeiro
Caroline Gibin Ribeiro serves as assistant manager for Latin America at the Washington office of Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas). In her role, she monitors and analyzes economic, political, and geopolitical developments in Latin America with a focus on US-Latin America policies. Before that, she helped manage the Brazil & Southern Cone practice at McLarty Associates, a strategic advisory global consulting firm specialized in supporting Fortune 200 multinationals on their overseas investment strategies and institutional positioning. In Brazil, Caroline was a senior associate at the largest American Chamber of Commerce globally, developing content and tracking public policy relevant to the US-Brazil bilateral commercial relationship. Previously, she worked as a corporate liaison between Natura, the world’s fourth-largest beauty company, and its stakeholders, working closely with communications and external affairs teams to help build and maintain the company’s reputation. She started her career as a government affairs intern at General Electric while graduating with a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from Fundacao Santo Andre, in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
She is pursuing a master’s degree in Global Strategic Communication and Public Relations in the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida.