MEMBERS OF THE YOUTH BOARD

Max Bienstock

Max Bienstock joined Time to Act Entertainment because he wanted to create change in the world. In light of rising violence and hate, Max is launching a social media campaign called #push4peace, which spreads messages of peace and love. He is also on the board of Dunk MS, which helps raise money for research in the fight against multiple sclerosis. When he’s not being a social activist, he’s either surfing, playing basketball or making strategic moves in a game of chess.

Max Bienstock
Dalcio Costa

Dalcio Costa

Dalcio Costa is a young activist from the south of Brazil who works in the fight against fossil fuels, founder of the first anti-fossil youth group in Brazil. He is Vice President of the Fridays for Future Brazil association and a member of the ARAYARA International Institute, where he works to combat the expansion of mineral coal, oil, gas, and fracking.

Adriani Maffioletti

Adriani Maffioletti is a young indigenous woman from southern Brazil. Activist for Climate Justice, she is part of Fridays For Future, Latinas For Climate and Co-Coordinator of the SOS Amazônia Fund campaign. She was present at COP26, Stockholm +50 conference and COP27. She works with different sectors, such as gender equity, importance of territories, climate education, loss and damages, climate finance and climate reparations.

Adriani Maffioletti
Gabriel Mendes

Gabriel Mendes

Activist in territory, blackness and climate change, Legal Director at Fridays For Future Brazil Association and activist at Fridays For Future MAPA (Most Affected People and Areas). He was one of the Brazilian voices at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference. He is a law and philosophy student at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC). In the field of science, he acts as a territorial researcher, against climate injustice in a racialized context in Brazil.

Lucas Ventura

Computer Engineering student at the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (POLI-USP) with a focus on projects in the area of communication and education. Lucas is involved in political, social and environmental initiatives with experience in edu-communication, computing, design, media editing and team management.

Lucas Ventura
Luiza Kelly Assis De Oliveira

Luiza Kelly Assis De Oliveira

Luiza Kelly Assis De Oliveira/Ayrumã Tuxá- indigenous belonging to the Tuxá people, located in northern Bahia. She is an indigenous youth leader in the area covered by the Articulation of Indigenous Peoples and Organizations of NE, MG and ES – APOINME, a law student at the Federal University of Bahia – UFBA. Luiza is an intern in the Legal Department of APOINME, an activist of Fridays For Future Brazil, for the Non-White Front, a member of the Legal Support Service of Bahia-SAJU, and a member of the National Commission of Indigenous Youth-CNJI, representing the NE, MG, and ES.

Inathan Gomes Santos

Inathan Gomes Santos/Inathan Apako Tuxá – an indigenous member of the Tuxá people, located in northern Bahia, who currently lives in Santa Catarina, where he studies Civil Engineering – UDESC, and works in the Laklãnõ Xokleng Territory in the communication of the Xokleng Youth Organization. He is an activist in Fridays For Future Brazil, for the Non-White Front, and a communicator in the Articulation of Indigenous Peoples of the South/ARPINSUl. Defender of the Indigenous Peoples and Sacred Forest.

Janderson Sarmento

Janderson Sarmento, consultant at the Sustainable Amazon Foundation, where he works in the department of Innovation and Sustainable Cities, member of the Creative Environmental Council chaired by the committee on Environment and Sustainable Development of the Legislative Assembly of the State of Amazonas (ALEAM), acts on political incidence and advocacy. Campaigner for the project SOS Amazônia of Fridays For Future Brazil in which he coordinates the capacity building project for indigenous entrepreneurship, member of the Greenpeace Brazil Activism Team (TAG) of which he articulates, plans, operationalizes and executes non-violent direct actions of high impact profile, against companies and governments that present harmful risks to the environment. Enthusiastic altruist and mobilizer of social engagement.

Patricia Iasmim Chaves Travassos

Patricia Iasmim Chaves Travassos born and raised in the city of Ourém, in the interior of Pará. Student of Interdisciplinary Degree in Arts and its Technologies at UFSB, Popular Communicator, Activist for Climate and Racial Justice by Fridays For Future Brazil, Founder of Coletivo Climátikas Ouremenses.

Lívia Chaves Marcolin

Lívia Chaves Marcolin – Environmental activist of Climate Strike (Fridays for Future Brazil), who grew up living on a sailboat until she was 17, when she moved to Salvador-BA. Bachelor in Humanities and Law student at UFBA. Researcher in the area of environmental and climate justice, in the research group “Governance for Sustainability and Low Carbon Management”. Member of LACLIMA and MUC (Women United for Climate) networks. Co-founder of the environmental education project “Youth United for the Climate”. Participant in ISO Climate Change TC1.

Vienna Frances Wolf

Vienna Frances Wolf – graduating class of 2025 at Palisades High School. Growing up in Pacific Palisades, Vienna has spent her entire life looking out at Pacific Ocean. Summer camp, birthday parties and everyday activities were spent on the sand of the California coast. It’s no wonder volunteering for Heel the Bay, beach clean ups is something Vienna participated in for years. She is part of the Surf Rider Club at Pali High, and has gone door to door educating people about the importance of recycling and saving our marine life.

Vienna