Acre police officer selected from thousands of people to participate in event at Harvard


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By Suene Almeida, ContilNet

The Civil Police agent from the state of Acre, Juliana Dall Agnoll, was chosen from among thousands of candidates to represent Brazil at the 10th edition of the Brazil Conference, which will be hosted at Harvard University, in the United States.

To win her place at the event, the police officer, who works at the Assis Brasil Police Station, participated in the “Servindo o Brasil” selection process, an initiative that aims to highlight the importance of public service and professionals.

Juliana Dall was selected after undergoing careful evaluations/ Photo: Reproduction

Juliana Dall carried out written tests, open essays and insightful interviews, in which she stood out not only for her technical knowledge, but also for her passion and commitment to the work carried out by the Civil Police of Acre.

“It is an honor and an immense responsibility to represent not only my institution, but the entire country in an event as grand as the Brazil Conference. I am eager to take our history, our challenges and our achievements to the world and show how the work of the Civil Police is fundamental to Brazilian society”, said the agent.

The Brazil Conference at Harvard & MIT is an event held annually since 2015 by the Brazilian student community in the Boston region. The concept emerged in 2014, when Brazilian higher education students founded a small event to celebrate 30 years of democracy in Brazil, which soon gained prominence in the press, being dubbed “Brazilian Davos”.

The article is in Portuguese


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