Executive Committee

Agenor Leão

Vice President of Tecnology and Digital Business

Agenor Leão holds a bachelor's degree in Data Processing from the Federal University of Bahia. Mr. Leão has an MBA degree from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) and has a PMD from IESE Business School.

His carrer of over 20 years has been developed in management positions within Information Technology, 15 years of which in Telecom companies, including VIVO, where he lead important innovation projects.

Agenor joined Natura in 2012 and currently occupies the position of Vice President Technology and Digital Business. He has led Natura’s digital transformation, being responsible for areas like digital technology, digital innovation, BI, big data, e-commerce and digital marketing.

Erasmo Toledo

Vice President of Direct Selling

Natura’s Direct Selling Vice-President, Erasmo joined the company in 1990 and held different positions. He was Director of International Businesses, Commercial Management and Innovation Director, Brazil’s Commercial Management Director, General Manager in Peru and Operations Manager in Argentina. Lastly, he was in charge of the Company’s operations in Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile.

Erasmo Toledo graduated in Economy at Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP), and is a post-graduate in Finance Administration at Universidade de São Paulo (USP); he attended the Management Development Program at Auccion Escuela y Negocios (IAE – Argentina), and also attended courses at Institutions such as Don Cabral, INSEAD and Amana-Key on Advanced Management.

João Paulo Ferreira


Degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of São Paulo (USP), an MBA from the University of Michigan in the United States.

Acted as the Vice President of Supply Chain at Unilever, where he worked for 20 years. He joined Natura in 2009, in the position of Vice President Operations and Logistics, and later was in charge of production areas, International Operations, Sustainability and Vice President of Networks, responsible for our commercial area.

José Roberto Lettiere

Executive Vice President and Finance; and Executive Director, Investor Relations

José Roberto Lettiere holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV) in Sao Paulo and a post-graduation in Finance. Attended several development programs, such as Executive Development Program from Graduate School of Business – University of Chicago, Mastery Reengineering Finance Program - Hammer and Company- Boston, Leadership Program from INSEAD and Corporate Governance from IBGC. Career developed in consumer goods multinational companies. Started at Unilever in 1986 as a trainee, where he worked for 17 years in Finance strategic positions and as a General Manager in Brazil and abroad. Between 2004 and 2008 he served as Finance Vice-President at PepsiCo do Brasil Ltda. From 2009 to April 2015 he was CFO at Alpargatas S/A. Elected CFO of the year in 2012 by the IBEF (Brazilian Institute of Finance Executives): winner of the equilibrist award.

Lettiere is the Executive Vice-President of IBEF.

Josie Peressinoto Romero

Vice President of Operations and Logistics

Josie Peressinoto Romero is Supply Chain VP at Natura, responsible for the end to end processes of Purchasing and Materials Management, Logistics Planning and Innovation, Manufacturing, Quality, Project Engineering and Customer Service. Started her career at Natura in 2010 as Global Supply Chain Planning Director. Before that, she occupied several leadership positions at local and regional basis in Unilever. Her last position was a Supply Chain VP for the Latin America Home Care business. Josie is Food engineer and has participated in Executive Programs at Pennsylvania State University, Harvard, INSEAD and JIPM (Japan).

Robert Chatwin

Vice President of International and Transformation 

Robert Chatwin is Natura’s Vice-President International, responsible for the internationalization of the Natura brand, and more recently became Chief Transformation Officer, whose challenge is identify and develop synergies across each business unit. He is also Chairman of the Aesop Board. 

Robert is an Economist and holds an MBA (Dean’s list) from IMD in Switzerland.  He is also a UK Chartered Accountant (ICAEW). Before joining Natura in July 2010, he held different positions at Royal Philips Electronics, such as global CEO for Philips AVENT, Vice-President of Mergers and Acquisitions, Head of Strategy and New Business Development for the Consumer division based in Amsterdam and for Philips LATAM in São Paulo, Brazil. He also worked as Investment Banker, focused on M&A execution, at HSBC Investment Bank in London, and at KPMG Corporate Finance in London and Brazil.

Andrea Figueiredo Teixeira Álvares

Vice President of Marketing, Innovation and Sustainability

Andrea holds a degree in Business Administration and has built her career in notable multinational companies. In her most recent position, she led one division of PepsiCo Latin America. Prior to PepsiCo, where she worked for fifteen years, she acted as new business grouper and brand manager at Procter& Gamble in Brazil for seven years.

Flavio Pesiguelo

Director of Human Resources

Flávio Pesiguelo holds a degree in Business Administration from FASP (Faculdades Associadas de São Paulo) and holds an MBA in Business Management from Dom Cabral Foundation.

With experience in people management, organizational development, compensation, strategic planning and sustainability, he worked for 10 years at Unilever Brazil in the areas such as Organizational Development and Compensation Strategy.

For 16 years at Natura, he has worked in leadership development, training, people management and business strategy. In 2007, he assumed the position of Director of Human Resources in Brazil. In 2009, he was Director of Human Resources for International Operations, responsible for organizational development, sustainability, and strategic planning in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Mexico and France. In 2013, he assumed the Management and Business Model for International Operations. 

In March 2016, he returned to Brazil to take over the Human Resources Department with a focus on people, organizational development and culture.

Last updated on 2017-09-26T10:23:23