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Vale鈥檚 Executive Board is headed by CEO, Eduardo Bartolomeo. See the below list for a summary of his direct reports.

  • Eduardo Bartolomeo

    Eduardo Bartolomeo

    Eduardo Bartolomeo has been Vale's CEO since 2019. A senior executive with solid experience in integrated bulk commodities operations, supply chain and business turnaround, Bartolomeo stands out for his ability to lead complex operations and establish a culture of operational excellence. His management style is focused on health, safety, efficiency and productivity, aiming to obtain results through discipline in routine management.

    Before being appointed president of the company, Bartolomeo was executive director of Base Metals, in Canada, in 2018. His first tenure at Vale took place between 2004 and 2012, when he worked on the recognized Executive Board of Logistics Operations. The executive structured the logistics to support Vale's operations during the last super cycle and, in December 2010, led the creation of VLI, a general cargo transport company whose control was sold by Vale in 2014 for R$4.7 billion.

    Bartolomeo also led the project to duplicate the Caraj谩s Railroad and the expansion of the Ponta da Madeira Maritime Terminal (TMPM), which enabled Vale to increase the production capacity of the Northern System. At the time, he developed the Vale Management Model (VPS), which, combined with investment in technology and professional qualification, resulted in significant gains for the company. The VPS is being implemented in all of Vale's business units as an important lever for safety and operational excellence.

    As Vale's CEO, the executive has prioritized people, safety and repair in Brumadinho. Bartolomeo introduced two new strategic pillars for the company (Safety and Operational Excellence and New Pact with Society) and began implementing a cultural transformation as part of a journey to make Vale one of the safest and most reliable mining companies in the world.

  • Alexandre Pereira

    Executive Vice President, Global Business Solutions
    Alexandre Pereira

    Alexandre Pereira is the Executive Vice President Global Business Solutions at Vale. He is responsible for Information Technology, Procurement, Capital Projects, Energy, Operational Excellence, Security and Corporate Services in all lines of business where Vale operates.

    With a passion for strategic thinking and transformations, Alexandre is a global and business- focused executive recognized for his dynamic and charismatic leadership, with strong capacity to engage multicultural teams. Entrepreneurship, pure challenge and general management are his career anchors, which contribute to his focus on innovation and his ability to deliver sustainable results under competitive and challenging circumstances.

    Throughout his 26 years of professional experience, Alexandre has held a range of global executive positions and gained diverse knowledge bringing together regions into a global company and working with international initiatives, turnaround management, and large-scale projects.

    Alexandre holds a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from State University of Rio de Janeiro. He completed two postgraduate degrees in Business Management from Dom Cabral Foundation and Computer Networks from the Federal University of Esp铆rito Santo. He also holds an MBA in Business from the University of S茫o Paulo. He holds triple citizenship in Brazil, Canada and Portugal (EU).

  • Alexandre Silva D'Ambrosio

    Executive Vice President for Legal and Tax
    Alexandre Silva D鈥橝mbrosio

    Alexandre S. D鈥橝mbrosio has been Vale S.A.鈥檚鈥疎xecutive Vice President for Legal and鈥疶ax since March, 2018.鈥疕is responsibilities include the company鈥檚 Legal, Tax, Intellectual property, Trade Compliance, Corporate, and鈥疍ata Protection鈥痵ectors worldwide. He is also an Officer of Vale International S.A. and a member of鈥痶he鈥疊oard of Commissioners of鈥疨T Vale鈥疘ndonesia.

    From 2016 to 2018, he was the Executive Vice President of Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A. He was also a member of the board of directors of Santander Security Services Ltda (鈥淪3鈥). From 2003 to 2016, he was the Corporate Legal Director of the Votorantim group. He was a board member of Aracruz Celulose S.A. (later Fibria S.A.) from 2004 to 2013, of Cimentos Itamb茅 S.A. from 2006 to 2016, and of Citrosuco S.A. from 2009 to 2016.

    In the United States, where he remained from 1985 to 1996, he worked as an associate and partner in large law firms, in Washington, D.C. and New York, in the areas of international trade, mergers and acquisitions, project finance and cross-border finance. He obtained an LLB from the University of S茫o Paulo Law School in 1984, an LLM from Harvard Law School in 1986, and the equivalent of a Juris Doctor degree from George Washington University鈥檚 National Law Center in 1989.

  • Carlos Medeiros

    Executive Vice President, Safety and Operational Excellence
    Carlos Medeiros

    Carlos Medeiros is a senior executive with an outstanding international track record and proven capacity to manage large transformational projects. He was appointed as Executive Vice President for Safety and Operational Excellence, an area specially created to strengthen Vale鈥檚 Safety and Risk Management, this is in line with the strategic pillars of safety, operational excellence and the new pact with society.

    Medeiros uses his in-depth lean manufacturing methodology knowledge whose main aims are to optimize processes, continuously improve productivity and quality, and thereby boost competitiveness 鈥 to enhance the safety and efficiency of Vale鈥檚 operations. His appointment is in line with Vale鈥檚 commitment to adopt world-class operational standards.

    Graduated in Mechanical-Aerospace Engineering at the Brazilian Aeronautics Institute of Technology (ITA), with a postgraduate degree in Marketing from the Brazilian university ESPM, in addition to specialization courses at Stanford University (Senior Executive Program-SEP) and Cranfield University (Manufacturing).

  • gustavo pimenta

    Executive Vice President of Finance and Investor Relations
    Gustavo Pimenta

    In the position of Executive Vice President of Finance and Investor Relations at Vale, Gustavo Pimenta worked for the previous 12 years at AES 鈥 for 3 years as global CFO. In addition to his roles as CFO in Brazil and abroad, he has already taken on roles as Planning and Strategy Director and Vice President of Performance and Services of the same company. 鈥

    He led AES's global repositioning to a company focused on ESG and low carbon footprint and also participated in Diversity and Inclusion initiatives within the group. Earlier in his career, he worked as an Auditor at KPMG for 3 years and subsequently took over as Vice President of Strategy and M&A at Citibank in New York. 鈥

    Member of several Boards of Directors of companies such as AES Gener in Chile and AES Clean Energy in the USA, he holds a degree in Economics from Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) and a Master's degree in Finance and Economics from Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV).

  • Luciano Siani

    Executive Vice President of Strategy and Business Transformation 鈥
    Luciano Siani Pires

    Luciano Siani Pires is Executive Vice President of Strategy and Business Transformation, being responsible for leading initiatives that position Vale for the future. He joined the company in 2008 and has held positions such as Global Strategy Director and Global Human Resources and Governance Director. Prior to assuming his current role, he has held the position of Executive Vice President of Finance and Investor Relations since 2012. 鈥

    He has extensive professional experience in the areas of Finance, Capital Markets and Strategic Planning, having held various positions at the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES), as well as participation in Boards of Directors.

    鈥婬e holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the Pontif铆cia Universidade Cat贸lica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ) and a master's degree in business administration, with a specialization in finance, from New York University (Leonard N. Stern School of Business).

  • Luiz Eduardo Osorio

    Executive Vice President, Communication and Institutional Relations
    Luiz Eduardo Osorio

    Luiz Eduardo Osorio has extensive experience in the areas of International Relations, Corporate Affairs, Sustainability, Law, Ethics & Compliance and Government affairs. He has top management positions in Brazil and abroad in large national and multinational companies, such as AmBev, Diageo, Shell and Ra铆zen. He is currently a member of the Advisory Council of the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, Columbia University, and a board member of the Managing Council of the Brazilian Mining Institute (IBRAM).

    Graduated in law from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Osorio is a member of the Federal Board of Brazilian Bar (OAB/RJ). He holds a Master of Science degree in development management from the American University鈥檚 School of International Service in Washington, D.C. (U.S.). He has also done the following executive training courses: Corporate Social Responsibility, at Harvard Business School (U.S.); Identifying the Challenges and Building General Management Skills, at Insead (France); Leading a High Performance Organization, at Wharton, University of Pennsylvania (U.S.); and Leadership in Corporate Counsel, at Harvard Law School (U.S.).

    Osorio is a member for life of Pi Alpha Alpha, a national honor society for public affairs and administration in Washington, D.C.

  • Marcello Spinelli

    Executive Vice President, Iron Ore
    Marcello Spinelli

    Marcello Spinelli is Vale's Executive Vice President, Ferrous Minerals. He has built solid experience in integrated logistics operations throughout the nearly 10 years he has been at the forefront of the Value of Integrated Logistics (VLI) of intermodal transport in Brazil. At VLI, he conducted a cycle of robust investments in operating efficiency and company growth.

    He had held senior leadership positions in Vale from 2002 to 2010 in the general cargo commercial area and in the Tubar茫o Complex operations. He was the CEO of the Vila Velha Terminal and accumulated the position of Vale's Logistics Director with the president of the Centro-Atl芒ntica Railroad. He led the creation of VLI in 2008. Previously, he worked at Submarino and Ambev.

    Marcello has a production engineering degree from USP and has different extension courses in business, operations, management and infrastructure.

  • Maria Luiza de Oliveira Pinto e Paiva

    Executive Vice President of Sustainability
    Maria Luiza de Oliveira Pinto e Paiva

    Maria Luiza de Oliveira Pinto e Paiva is the Executive Vice President of Sustainability. She began her career 34 years ago in Human Resources and for the last 19 years, she has worked in the Sustainability area. Before coming to Vale, she was Suzano's Sustainability executive between January 2019 and February 2021.

    She also served as Executive Director of Sustainability, Communication and Corporate Relations at Fibria Celulose between March 2015 and December 2018. She was an executive at Banco ABN AMRO Real/Santander and at Banco Nacional 鈥 with a trajectory focused on cultural transformation and leadership development. As executive director of Sustainable Development at ABN AMRO Real Santander, she led the creation and implementation of the sustainability strategy, which has become a national and international benchmark. She led multicultural teams and projects during the periods in which she directed the HR area for Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe.

    She has a degree in psychology with an emphasis in Human Resources from the University of Michigan, in the United States, and studied Business and Sustainability at the University of Cambridge, England.

  • Marina Quental

    Executive Vice President, People
    Marina Quental

    Marina Quental is Vale鈥檚 People Executive Vice President. She is responsible for the global human resources estrategy and operations for the company and leads the Board鈥檚 People Committee. One of her main challenges is to drive culture and organization transformation for Vale.

    She built a solid professional career at Brazilian and foreign companies, working in the areas of organizational development, culture, compensation, social responsibility, and mergers and acquisitions.

    Before joining Vale, Ms. Quental was the Vice President for Human Resources at Ra铆zen, a joint venture between Shell and Cosan, from April 2014 to November 2017. She participated actively in the creation of this joint venture. Previously, she was the Human Resource director of Shell Brasil for six years and before that held various leadership positions at IBM in Brazil and the United States. Ms. Quental was president of the Ra铆zen Foundation, the company鈥檚 social responsibility arm, between April 2014 and November 2017.

    She has an undergraduate degree in psychology from Rio de Janeiro Catholic University and an executive Master of Business from the Dom Cabral Foundation.

  • Mark Traversr

    Executive Vice President, Base Metals
    Mark Travers

    Mark Travers is the Executive Vice President, Base Metals.

    Mark is passionate about sustainability and building a positive social, economic and environmental legacy in the communities where we operate, through responsible mining practices.

    Mark currently serves as President of PT Vale鈥檚 Board of Commissioners. Since joining Vale in 2001, he has held progressively senior roles in legal, institutional relations, corporate strategy and sustainability, including serving as General Counsel, Vale Canada Limited. Prior to joining Vale, Mark was a corporate and securities lawyer at Smith Lyons law firm in Toronto, Canada.

    He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Western Ontario and a Joint Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Laws Degree from York University鈥檚 and Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Canada.

    鈥嬧嬧嬧嬧嬧嬧* Vice-President appointed as Non-Statutory Base Metals Director

  • Marcelo Klein

    Special Director of Repair and Development
    Marcelo Klein

    Marcelo Klein, special director of Repair and Development, has been working since January 2019 on reparations for the damage caused by the dam breach at the C贸rrego do Feij茫o Mine in Brumadinho. He has also been working closely with communities that were evacuated or relocated preventively due to alert levels of Minas Gerais dams. Marcelo has spent his entire career at Vale since joining the company 29 years ago as a trainee. He has worked in R&D, quality control, production planning and control, process development, pellet plant operation, corporate strategy, and operational excellence.

    Marcelo graduated in Chemical Engineering from UFRJ and in Industrial Chemistry from PUC-RJ. He has also earned a post-graduate degree in Chemical Engineering from COPPE/UFRJ, a Master's degree in Materials Science from REDEMAT/UFOP, and an MBA in Finance from IBMEC/RJ. Marcelo bases his management style on the daily practice of open and transparent dialogue and active and empathetic listening, factors that have proven fundamental in welcoming those affected in the reparation process.

  • Paulo Couto

    Director, Coal
    Paulo Couto

    Paulo Couto has been the Director of Coal since 2020. He joined Vale in 2010 after a solid career in companies such as Whirlpool, Ambev, Accenture, Bain & Co and Shell. In 2016, he took on the position of Director for Procurement and Inbound Logistics at Vale. Known to have a people centered approach to decision making, Paulo has demonstrated his ability to lead transformations in complex environments while generating significant and sustainable results. Couto holds a Production Engineering degree from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.