Luciano Lossio is high caliber public figure with an impressive record. In 1999 she earned her Law Degree from the University Center of Brasilia, and in the same year she received approval of the Bar Association of Brazil. Although her education focused on Electoral Law, she later received graduate degrees in Civil Procedure, Constitutional and Civil Laws.
Luciana made a historical achievement in 2011, when she became the first woman appointed to the position of Substitute Minister of the Superior Electoral Court. Luciana has earned both the respect and regard of her peers and the public, by maintaining legislative decisions that remain within her moral obligations and are always in accordance with current laws.
In her spare time, Luciana spends her time developing her equestrian skills. As in her professional career, her dedication to the sport has propelled her notoriety in the arena. She has taken the reigns of her prized mare “Nakita” and earned the the title of Brazilian Champion of the Amateur Jump. Luciana overpowered forty other competitors to take this title. Lucianas riding skills are becoming world renown, as she has started competing in international arenas.
We are in a pivotal political time, around the globe. Luciana understands this and she has demonstrated her professional abilities and commitment in everything she does. She has the ability to handle complex situations, the prowess to navigate within the parameters of the law and fortitude to maintain her integrity to her constituents.
2016 will be the year Luciana Lossio takes her place as a new minister, on the seven member Superior Electoral Tribunal. In doing so, she is raising the hopes of her fellow Brazilians, that the end of government corruption is in sight. Luciana has a proven track record of public rectitude and high personal standards of morality. She is setting new standards and realigning the ambitions of public servitude.
The next year should be interesting as Luciana transitions into her role and begins making impacts on legislation and electoral standards.