In order to act permanently and thus become a reference for the public and private sectors, the International Identification Institute (InterID) continues to expand the staff of experts who are part of its technical team.
From now on, attorney and economist Roosevelt Leadebal Jr. is another one that joins the interid staff. With more than two decades of experience as a criminal expert of the Federal Police, he has accumulated experience in the area of combating financial crimes, documentary expertise and teaching at the National Academy of PF. Roosevelt, who holds an MBA in Capital Markets from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation and a Master’s degree in Production Engineering from the Federal University of Pernambuco, also coordinated institutional governance policies at the Subsecretariat of Compliance and Integrity of the Ministry of Infrastructure, applying the pillars of Compliance, Compliance and Integrity aimed at preventing incidents of fraud and corruption, as well as the creation of the Minfra Integrity Seal.
In the opinion of InterID’s CEO, Célio Ribeiro, Roosevelt’s arrival at the institute strengthens the performance and, at the same time, raises the institutional level. “Roosevelt’s experience is assorted, dynamic and knowledge-transmitting. This is an experienced professional, bold and able to act on different fronts exactly because his academic background accredits him for this.”
For Roosevelt, his arrival at InterID is aligned with his professional background and the values he considers essential. “For me, being part of interid’s team of technical consultants is a pride. Seriousness, responsibility and transparency have always been principles that have led my professional career and all these values are present in the institute”, he commented.