Marina Mattos is a Postdoctoral Associate at ESI, where her research focuses on sustainable supply chains for a circular economy. She also works for the MIT Leadership Engineering Program teaching for grad students in the Leading Creative Teams classes, and serves on the MIT Women’s Advisory Group. She volunteers at the Boston Museum of Science as a science educator.
Before joining ESI, Marina was a postdoctoral associate at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics and previously managed supply chain innovation projects for private companies in South and North America, Australia and Africa. Her academic experience includes teaching and mentoring students for graduate and undergraduate programs in engineer and business schools since 2008. Marina holds a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering (2016), MSc in Transportation Engineering (2011) and Control and Automation B.Eng. (2005) from UFMG, Brazil. She obtained the Master Level in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management from MIT (2010) and completed the MIT Sloan Program for International Fashion and Luxury Management (2018). Her education also includes a Marketing MBA from UFPR (2017), Ports Engineering from UFRJ (2012), Strategical Logistics from UFMG (2007) and Railroad Engineering from IME (2006). She has published and presented papers in Academy of Management, EurOma, IEEE and other academic journals and conferences.