Paulo Brito is a Faculty Instructor in the Management Department. He teaches Entrepreneurship, Social and Sustainable venturing, and International Business courses. Brito earned a B.S. in Economics from the Presbyterian Mackenzie University in his home country of Brazil and went on to earn an M.S. in Environmental Science from the Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP) as well as an M.S in Agricultural and Resource Economics from Colorado State. Prior to coming to CSU, Paulo was the founder of the Brazilian chapter of a conservation-focused non-profit which promotes collaborative conservation efforts worldwide. Brito has also organized and contributed articles to two award-winning books broaching the subject of social, economic, and environmental synergies for sustainable development. His current research focuses on the business opportunities created by the bioeconomy. Paulo was nominated for the CSU Alumni Association Best Teacher Award in 2017.
MGT360: Social and Sustainable venturing
BUS405A: Contemporary Business Topics - Entrepreneurship
BUS405B: Contemporary Business Topics - International Business
BUS662: International Business
CSU Todos Santos Strategic Advisory Committee Member
CSU Faculty Institute for Inclusive Excellence Advisory Committee Member
Faculty Mentor, IMPACT MBA (former GSSE Program)