Ana Cristina Suzina is specialist in communications strategy with expertise in sustainability, social organizations, and corporate social responsibility. She coordinated a major Brazilian corporation’s nature conservation communications strategy. She served as communications officer for a major social organization in the field of children’s rights and as press officer for a major Brazilian foundation working in the same field. She also founded a newspaper. She worked as a communications consultant for the World Water Council organizing the World Water Forum held in Istanbul. She is a prolific researcher and writer, and lecturer on communications in four countries. Her research deals with ways social movements, NGOs and community associations using communications as a dissemination tool have incorporated digital resources. She is now a postoctoral researcher in the Institute for Media and Creative Industries at Loughborough Universit - London. She has volunteered with Brazilian and Latin American organizations to train young communicators motivated to promote causes, by organizing seminars, producing manuals, and planning campaigns.