Henrique Terena, belongs to the terena tribe, is a teacher and teaches mainly History and Geography. He has vast knowledge about the indigenous matter and free access to the tribal areas. Married to Corina, they have 2 kids, Elianai and Eliel Terena.
Ana Keila M. Pinezi, is licensed in History and bachelor in Social Science (UnB), has a license in Anthropology, is a Master and Doctor in Science through the University of São Paulo (USP). Disenvolves studies in the area of Cyberculture, Cyberspace, Contemporary Culture, Anthropology of Religion and Human Rights. She is now a docent of the Federal University of ABC (UFABC).
Liz Abad Maximiano is a doctor in Geography by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro– UFRJ. She is a professor and consultant of planning and environment. She is also a watercolourists of Brazilian themes and landscape. Her areas of interest are Geography, Natural environment, Geopolitics, national development, Brazilian problems, citizenship, justice, education and arts.
Maíra de Paula Barreto is one of the greatest Brazilian authorities in the matter of infanticide in the indigenous tribes. Maíra is a Bachelorette in Law through the State University of Maringá and is getting her doctors degree in Human Rights through the University of Salamanca (theme: Culture and Human Rights in Brazil: The governments position regarding the homicide of indigenous children). Besides that, she is getting her masters degree in Personality Rights through the University center of Maringá and is a member of the International Law Association.
Márcia Suzuki is ethno-linguist and Master in indigenous Linguistics, author of the article Esboço Fonológico Preliminar da Língua Suruwahá e Interação entre Regras Segmentais e Prosódicas em Suruwahá, de 1995, among othors. She has around 25 years of experience in the Amazon tribes, speaks two indigenous languages fluently, Sateré-Mawe and Suruwahá, and works on projects for education, health and desenvolvimento sustentável. Since the beginning she has been working as the interpret and companion the suruwahá families in their battle for the right of life that their children in risk on infanticide have.She is married to Edson Susuki and has a daughter, Ana Hakani.