Ms. Sueli Brodin

Editor / Communications Officer

Sueli Brodin, a French, Brazilian and Dutch national, started working as an editor and a communications officer at UNU-MERIT in April 2013. She holds a Bachelor's of Arts in English Language and Literature and is fluent in French, English, Dutch, Spanish and Portuguese. She also has basic knowledge of Japanese and Hebrew. After living in Brazil, Pakistan, Japan, France, the US and Israel, Sueli settled down in 1994 in Maastricht, the Netherlands, where she first worked at the Maastricht School of Management and later at the European Journalism Centre. 

Besides her responsibilities at UNU-MERIT, Sueli is a freelance communications consultant at Maastricht School of Management.

Sueli Brodin is interested in all aspects of communications, especially in the areas of education and sustainable development. She supports evidence-based, community-engaged methods for policy design and aims to communicate academic knowledge to societal decision-makers and the wider public.

Sueli is a board member of the Eugène Dubois Foundation and the Studium Generale Foundation. She is also a member of the Maastricht University Platform for Community-Engaged Research (MPCER) at Maastricht University, the Maastricht city advisory Commission on Diversity and Inclusivity and the Maastricht city advisory commission on events.

Read Sueli's "Mygration story": The Girl from Hiroshima
Listen to Sueli's podcast interview by UNU-MERIT Master's students: Where do I belong? How to feel at home wherever you are
Watch Sueli's video portrait: Wereldburger Sueli Brodin
Watch Sueli's talk at TEDx Maastricht Brain Train: BrainTrain | 'Seven Languages... Or None?'
Watch Sueli's presentation at PechaKucha Night Tokyo: From MechaKucha to PechaKucha!