Energisa

Administration

Board of Directors

Energisa‘s Board of Directors is a collegiate deliberative body which supervises and controls the Company‘s operations, being responsible for determining the strategy and objectives of its businesses, leaving the day-to-day management of the business to the executive bodies.

It consists of seven members, two of whom represents the minority shareholders, elected by the Annual General Meeting for a term of office of up to two years, with the possibility of re-election.

Name Office Election End
IVAN MÜLLER BOTELHO Chairman AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2022

Born in March 1934, a graduate in Electrical Engineering at University of Miami, he has been the Vice President of the Brazilian Association of Listed Companies (ABRASCA), Vice President of the Brazilian Association of Electricity Concession Operators (ABCE), a member of the Advisory Council of the Federation of Industries of Minas Gerais state (FIEMG) and member of the Corporate Council for Industrial Policy of the Rio de Janeiro Commercial Association. He is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of Energisa Minas Gerais – Distribuidora de Energisa S/A; Energisa Paraíba – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Borborema – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Sergipe – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Mato Grosso – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Mato Grosso do Sul – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Tocantins – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Rede Energia S/A – Under judicial reorganization; and Empresa de Eletricidade Vale Paranapanema S/A – Under judicial reorganization.

RICARDO PEREZ BOTELHO Vice Chairman AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2022

Born in June 1959, a graduate in Electronic Engineering at Pontifícia Católica do Rio de Janeiro, he is specialized in Microelectronics at Arizona State University, is a former Electronic Engineer of CFLCL, GTE Laboratories and GTE Communications Products – Tempe, in Arizona (USA). He has worked as the head of Development at Micron Technology – Signal Processing Group, in Arizona (USA). He is currently the Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of Energisa Sergipe – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Paraíba – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Borborema – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Minas Gerais – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Mato Grosso – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Mato Grosso do Sul – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Tocantins – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Rede Energia S/A – Under judicial reorganization; Empresa de Eletricidade Vale Paranapanema S/A.

OMAR CARNEIRO DA CUNHA SOBRINHO Independent Board Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2022

Born in July 1946, a graduate in economics at the University of Economics and Political Sciences of Rio de Janeiro, and a former vice president of Shell do Brasil S/A and da Billiton Metais S/A, in addition to CEO of AT&T Brasil Ltda. He is currently the Vice President of the Rio de Janeiro Commercial Association and board member of the Brazilian Fast Food Corporation. He is also an independent director of Energisa Minas Gerais – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Sergipe – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Paraíba – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; and Energisa Borborema – Distribuidora de Energia S/A.

MARCÍLIO MARQUES MOREIRA Independent Boad Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2022

Born in November 1931, a graduate in law at the State University of Rio de Janeiro, a former member of the Board of Directors of BNDES, former deputy chairman and member of the Board of Directors of Unibanco Group, has also been the Brazilian Ambassador to the USA, Minister of Economics, Finances and Planning and Special Advisor of the Municipal Government of Rio de Janeiro. He is currently a senior international advisor of Merril Lynch & Co and member of the Advisory Boards of American Bank Note-Brasil, Marsh & McLennan Companies and Embratel. He is also an independent director of Energisa Minas Gerais – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Sergipe – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Paraíba – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; and Energisa Borborema – Distribuidora de Energia S/A.

ANTÔNIO JOSÉ DE ALMEIDA CARNEIRO Board Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2022

Born in December 1942, completed Middle School at the State College of Minas Gerais and was an officer at the companies Multiplic Empreendimentos e Comércio Ltda., Sobrapar Sociedade Brasileira de Organização e Participações Ltda., Agropecuária Ponte Nova Ltda., Multiplic Ltda. and 196 Participações Ltda. He is also a director of Energisa Minas Gerais – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Sergipe – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Paraíba – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Borborema – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Mato Grosso – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Mato Grosso do Sul – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Tocantins – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Rede Energia S/A – Under judicial reorganization; and Empresa de Eletricidade Vale Paranapanema S/A – Under judicial reorganization.

JOSÉ LUIZ ALQUÉRES Independent Board Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2022

Born in March 1944, he graduated in civil engineering at EPUC-RJ in 1966 and has a postgraduate degree in town planning from OEA (1971) and energy planning from Chicago University (1979). Executive Officer at JL Alquéres Consultores Associados since January 1999 and Director at Queiroz Galvão – Exploração e Produção. He worked in the engineering, finances and culture departments. After years of studying and a lengthy career he has carried out important functions like the chairman of CERJ, engineering and planning officer of Eletrobrás, National Energy Secretary, CEO of Eletrobras, Officer of BNDESPAR, Officer of Cia. Bozano Simonsen, CEO of Alstom, CEO of Light SA, and is now chief editor of Edições de Janeiro. He has served as director of public and private companies like CERJ, ELETROBRAS (three times) Itaipu Binacioonal, CEMIG (twice), Energias do Brasil (twice), CPFL, CELESC, LIGHT, CHESF, ALCOA, FURNAS, NUCLEBRAS et al. He presides over the board of the society of friends of the Imperial Museum and is the vice president of Casa Stefan Zweig and CEBRI – Brazilian Centre for International relations. He was a director of the Fundação Nacional Promemória and presided over the Association of Friends of the National History Museum.

MAURÍCIO PEREZ BOTELHO Alternate Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2022

Born in December 1960, a graduate in Mechanical Engineering at Universidade Gama Filho and Finances at Tutane Univ​ersity School of Business (New Orleans – USA), formerly a Project analyst at Dow Corning Corporation (Midland – USA) and financial assistant of the Vice President at American Express Bank (New York). A serving member of the Board of Directors of Energisa Mato Grosso – Distribuidora de Energia S/A and Energisa Mato Grosso do Sul – Distribuidora de Energia S/A. He is a​lso an alternate director of Energisa Minas Gerais – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Sergipe – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Paraíba – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Borborema – Distribuidora da Energia S/A and Rede Energia S/A – Under judicial reorganization.

ANDRE LA SAIGNE DE BOTTON Alternate Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2022

Born in March 1936, graduated in Economics at Georgetown University in 1959, was the CEO of ACV Comércio e Participações and SPA do Brasil S/A; Board member of NRF – National Retail Federation (New York), GAM – Global Asset Management Emerging Markets Multi-Fund I and II (London), Makro Brasil – Atacadista, Supergasbras S/A – Distribuidora de Gás, Ceras Jonhnson do Brasil, Propay do Brasil, Pronatura (Nature and Wildlife Protection Fund); The Nature Conservancy (Brazil), Conservation Internacional Brasil, Fundação Santa Ignez, International Advisory Council of the Americas Society (New York) and Novo Horizonte, Energisa Paraíba – Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa Borborema – Distribuidora de Energia S/A and Energisa Tocantins – Distribuidora de Energia S/A.

MARCELO SILVEIRA DA ROCHA Alternate Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2022

Born in December 1940, has a degree in agronomy from the Federal University of Viçosa-MG. He has been working at Energisa Group for some 50 years. he is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Energisa S/A, Energisa Minas Gerais Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa Paraíba Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa Sergipe Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa Mato Grosso Distribuidora de Energia S/A and Energisa Mato Grosso do Sul Distribuidora de Energia S/A. Former CEO of Energisa Mato Grosso do Sul – Distribuidora de Energia S.A., from 2014 to 2016. Former CEO of Energisa Paraíba and Energisa Borborema- from 2008 to 2014; Former CEO of Energisa Sergipe, from 1997 to 2008; Former CFO and administrative officer of Companhia Força e Luz Cataguazes-Leopoldina (now Energisa Minas Gerais) – from 1977 to 1988; former member of the Board of Directors of the ONS – National Electric System Operator – from 1998 to 2004 and former vice president of the Commercial Association of Sergipe – from 2001 to 2003.

LUCIANA DE OLIVEIRA CEZAR COELHO Independent Board Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2022

Born in September 1966, is a founding and managing partner at STS GAEA CAPITAL. She has more than 20 years’ experience of M&A, corporate reorganizations, debt issues, share issues, corporate debt renegotiation, and private equity investment. She has previously served as a founding partner at STK Capital (variable income portfolio manager) and as a consultant at VirtusBR Partners. Luciana has also served as commercial director for industrials at Banco Santander and as director of the Industrials and Conglomerates Advisory Group at ABN AMRO. She previously served as Vice President, Investment Banking and M&A at Merrill Lynch in Brazil and New York, and as an Associate at Lehman Brothers in New York. She was a member of the Board of Directors of Norte Energia between 2013 and 2015. Luciana holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, a master’s degree in economics from the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, and a master’s degree and Ph.D. in economics and finances from Harvard.

Executive Board

Energisa‘s Executive Board consists of up to 5 members, who may be shareholders or not.

Members are elected by the Board of Directors for a one-year term, with the possibility of re-election. When their term of office is concluded, members shall remain in their positions until the investiture of the newly-elected officers.

Name Office Election End
RICARDO PEREZ BOTELHO Chief Executive Officer BDM 5/14/2020 BDM 2021

Born in June 1959, the CEO was elected on 5/14/2020 for a term of one year. Has held this position since May 2007. Former Electronic Engineer at CFLCL, GTE Laboratories and GTE Communications Products – Tempe, in Arizona (USA). Former head of Development at Micron Technology – Signal Processing Group, in Arizona (USA). Former officer of an electronic component and textile company in Brazil. He is currently the CEO of Energisa Group, deputy chairman of the Board of Directors of Energisa Sergipe – Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa Paraíba – Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa Borborema – Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa Minas Gerais – Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa S/A, Energisa Mato Grosso – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Mato Grosso do Sul – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Energisa Tocantins – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Rede Energia S/A – In Judicial Reorganization and Empresa de Eletricidade Vale Parapanema S/A. He graduated in electronic engineering at Pontifícia Católica do Rio de Janeiro, and specialized in Microelectronics at Arizona State University. He graduated at Harvard Business School (PPL) in 2014.

MAURÍCIO PEREZ BOTELHO CFO and Investor Relations Director BDM 5/14/2020 BDM 2021

Born in December 1960, CFO and Investor Relations Director elected on 5/14/2020 for a term of one year. A graduate in Mechanical Engineering at Universidade Gama Filho and Finances at Tutane University School of Business (New Orleans – USA), formerly a Project analyst at Dow Corning Corporation (Midland – USA) and financial assistant of the Vice President at American Express Bank (New York). He is Vice CFO of Energisa Group.

JOSÉ MARCOS CHAVES DE MELO Logistics and Supplies Director BDM 5/14/2020 BDM 2021

Born in March 1963, the Procurement and Logistics Officer, elected on 5/14/2020 for a term of one year. Graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Kansas, USA. His career got underway at Accenture, where he worked for 21 years, 10 as an Officer, primarily engaging with the electricity and oil sectors.  At CPFL Energia he served as vice-president of the holding company and its subsidiaries for 7 years, overseeing the procurements, information technology and shared services, quality and processes departments. He has been at Energisa for more than two years, as integration officer of post-acquisition projects of Rede Group (PMI) and the creation of the Energisa Services Center (CSE).

DANIELE ARAÚJO SALOMÃO CASTELO Personnel Management Director BDM 5/14/2020 BDM 2021

Born in November 1978, Personnel Management Director, elected on 5/14/2020 for a term of one year. Graduated in Business Management at Federal University of Ceará in 2001. She has a specialization course in Corporate Finances and MBA in Management from the Roman Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. Her career started in the Telecommunications segment, where she held several positions until she was appointed Business Manager at Oi and Telemar, between 1999 and 2007. She is the current Personnel Management Director of the companies Energisa S/A, Energisa Minas Gerais – Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa Nova Friburgo – Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa Borborema – Distribuidora de Energia S/A, Energisa Paraíba – Distribuidora de Energia S/A, and Energisa Nova Friburgo – Distribuidora de Energia S/A and Energisa Sergipe- Distribuidora de Energia S/A and officer of Energisa Mato Grosso do Sul – Distribuidora de Energia S/A; Empresa Elétrica Bragantina S/A; Companhia Nacional de Energia Elétrica; Caiuá – Distribuição de Energia S/A; Companhia Força e Luz do Oeste and Empresa de Distribuição de Energia Vale Paranapanema S/A.

ALEXANDRE NOGUEIRA FERREIRA Regulatory Affairs and Strategy Director BDM 5/14/2020 BDM 2021

Born in January 1975, Regulatory Affairs and Strategy Officer, elected on 5/14/2020 for a term of one year. He has a degree in economics from the Federal University of Viçosa-MG and has been working at Energisa Group for roughly 16 years. Currently the Vice-President of Regulations, since Sep/2016; Regulations Officer from 2012 to 08/2016. Regulations Manager from 2008 to 2012; Regulations Coordinator from 2006 to 2008, carrying out several other functions in the financial and regulations departments of Energisa Group since November 2000. Alternate Director of the Brazilian Association of Electricity Distributors – Abradee.

Fiscal Council

Under Brazilian corporate law, the Fiscal Council is a corporate body independent of management and the Company‘s external auditors and may operate on a permanent or non-permanent basis. In the latter case, it is installed for a specific fiscal year upon the request of shareholders representing at least 10% of voting shares or 5% of non-voting shares, and will function until the first annual shareholders‘ meeting following its installation.

Its primary responsibilities are to monitor management activities and review the Company‘s financial statements and report its findings to the shareholders. Brazilian corporate law requires that members of the Fiscal Council receive compensation equivalent to at least 10% of the average annual amount received by the Company‘s directors. In addition, it must comprise at least three and at most five sitting members, as well as their respective alternate members.

Energisa‘s Bylaws call for a non-permanent Fiscal Council, installed exclusively at the request of the company‘s shareholders at the annual shareholders‘ meeting. In accordance with the legal provision above, it must be composed of at least three and at most five members, together with their respective alternate members. The Fiscal Council was installed at the Ordinary General Meeting held on April 28, 2020, and is composed of 05 sitting members and 05 alternate members, all of them with a mandate until the next Ordinary General Meeting of the Company.

Name Office Election End
PAULO HENRIQUE LARANJEIRAS DA SILVA Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2021

Since 2012, he has been member of the Fiscal Council member at Cia. Industrial Cataguases, a publicly traded company that operates in the textile industry (spinning, weaving and clothing). From 2015 to the present date, has been member of the Fiscal Council at Richard Saigh Ind. Com. S / A, a privately held company that operates in the wheat flour milling and manufacturing business. From 2016 to the present date, has integrated the EnergisaPrev (Energisa Pension Fund Foundation) Deliberative Council. In the period from 01/2009 to 03/2013, was member of CANC – Audit and Accounting Standards Committee, a body of ABRASCA – Brazilian Association of Publicly-Held Companies. From 2014 to 2016, was member of the Fiscal Council at Energisa Mato Grosso S / A Distribuidora de Energia. In 2015, took part as alternate member of the Fiscal Council of ABRADEE – Brazilian Association of Electricity Distributors.

FLAVIO STAMM Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2021

Since 1992, he has integrated the Board of Directors, Tax Councils and has worked providing consultancy and business advisory services in the administrative, financial, corporate, tax and audit areas. He is a partner at Stamm & Stamm Business Consulting and a member of the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (IBGC). Previously, from 1981 to 1992 he was an executive in the financial area of ​​the Brasmotor Group.

VANIA ANDRADE DE SOUZA Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2021

Participated in the KPMG Partner Development Program, developed jointly with the Dom Cabral Foundation, the fifth best business school in the world according to the Financial Times magazine of 2011. Currently, retired audit partner in the Rio de Janeiro office. She held a leader position at the electric power sector of KPMG Brasil for more than 10 years. She has more than 34 years of experience, working across several sectors, among them: infrastructure, mainly electricity, industrial and commercial companies, asset managements and non-profit companies. She participated as a member of the Electric Energy Excellence Center at KPMG Internacional and member of the GT6 – Technical Group of Electric Energy of IBRACON – Institute of Independent Auditors of Brazil for more than 10 years. She is a member of the Fiscal Council of Lar Santa Catarina, a non-governmental non-profit organization whose main objective is to promote Social Assistance, located in Petrópolis, in the state of Rio de Janeiro.

JORGE NAGIB AMARY JUNIOR Alternate Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2021

Worked for 10 years in different financial institutions, inside controllership, treasury, international pperations and asset management departments. During that time, he had international experience, working at Prudential Securities in New York. In the following 10 years, he held several positions in Industries, in Brazil and in Latin America, including as CFO in the graphic industry, soon afterwards as Global Credit Director and Treasury Director in Belgium. In Europe, he managed several mergers and acquisitions projects. Then, he became deputy general director at a healthcare company, being responsible for the markets of Portugal, Spain, Greece and Italy. He returned to Brazil in 2009, where he worked as CEO at a corporate governance company, and afterwars as CFO at the first years of Plural Capital, a Brazilian investment and consulting company, being responsible for the administrative setup and management of the Holding, and later on working as an advisor at the reinsurance company Terra Brasis. Currently, he holds positions as CEO and partner at Aliança Partners, a consulting firm specialized in mergers and acquisitions, capital structuring and financial consultancy.

GILBERTO Managing Partner of Revisora ​​Paulista S / C Ltda. (from October 1992 to the present date). Managing Partner of Lério & Zancaner Auditores Independentes. Alternate Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2021

Managing Partner of Revisora ​​Paulista S / C Ltda. (from October 1992 to the present date). Managing Partner of Lério & Zancaner Auditores Independentes.

VICENTE MOLITERNO NETO Alternate Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2021

Member of the Board of Directors at Karsten S / A and Grupo Ciclos.

CARLOS JURGEN TEMKE Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2021
MARIO DUAD FILHO Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2021

ANTONIO EDUARDO BERTOLO

ANTONIO EDUARDO BERTOLO Alternate Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2021
GABRIEL RICCI SANCHEZ Alternate Member AGM/EGM 4/28/2020 AGM 2021
Compensation and Succession Committee

The Compensation and Succession Committee advises the Board of Directors on matters related to management compensation and appointments to management positions. The Committee was first appointed in a Board of Directors meeting on February 04, 2010 for the purpose of maintaining a consistent policy on management compensation, conforming to the rules outlined in the Management Appointment and Compensation Policy approved by the Board of Directors in a meeting held on September 12, 2019. The Compensation and Succession Committee is composed of at least 3 (three) and at most 5 (five) members, including at least one expert in matters within the committee’s remit and an independent member.

The Committee’s charter, approved by the Board of Directors in a meeting on May 08, 2015, sets out its purpose, composition, rules of operation and duties. The charter is not publicly available.

Name Office Election End
Omar Carneiro da Cunha Sobrinho Independent Member 5/14/2020 5/14/2021
Ivan Müller Botelho Member 5/14/2020 5/14/2021
Antônio José de Almeida Carneiro Member 5/14/2020 5/14/2021
Financial Risk Management Committee

The Financial Risk Management Committee, established on April 27, 2010, advises the Vice President for Finance in managing financial market risks, and is responsible for reviewing and making recommendations on transactions, processes and procedures. The committee consists of the following, minimum members: (i) Vice President for Finance (this position is held by the Chief Financial Officer); (ii) Energisa’s Corporate Financial Director; and an independent specialist in risk management, especially cash and debt. The Committee periodically seeks independent advice from macroeconomic and financial market consultants.

The Financial Risk Management Committee has no dedicated charter, but is required to observe the Financial Risk Management Policy approved by the Board of Directors in a meeting on September 12, 2019.

Name Office Election End
Maurício Perez Botelho Member 10/27/2010 Indeterminate
Antonio Carlos de Andrada Tovar Member 4/5/2020 Indeterminate
I9 Advisory Consultoria LTDA Member 1/2/2017 Indeterminate
Risk and Audit Committee

The Risk and Audit Committee, initially established on February 15, 2010, monitors risks and advises the Board of Directors about matters related to accounting and financial reporting, risk management, and internal auditors’ and whistleblowing channel activities. The committee’s primary duties are to review and manage the quality of the financial statements, internal controls and risk management and compliance. The Risk and Audit Committee has a minimum of three members appointed by the Board of Directors.

The Committee’s charter, which sets out its purpose, composition, rules of operation and duties, was approved by the Board of Directors in a meeting on May 08, 2015. The Risk and Audit Committee’s charter is not publicly available.

Name Office Election End
Marcilio Marques Moreira President 5/14//2020 5/14/2021
Luciana Oliveira Cezar Coelho Independent Member 5/14/2020 5/14/2021
Omar Carneiro da Cunha Sobrinho Independent Member 5/14/2020 5/14/2021
Disclosure Committee

The primary duties of the Disclosure Committee are to: (a) manage the Company’s disclosure policy, keep records of access to insider information, and classify information using criteria that facilitate monitoring; (b) centralize the Company and its subsidiaries’ material information, supporting the Investor Relations Director in performing the Company’s obligations to the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM); c) discuss and recommend the disclosure or non-disclosure of material facts and events and press releases to the market; and (d) review and approve market disclosures prior to publication.

The Disclosure Committee implements and manages the Controls and Disclosures Policy approved by the Board of Directors on September 12, 2019. The Disclosure Committee consists of at least three and at most five members appointed by the Committee Chairperson, which is mandatorily the Company’s Investor Relations Officer. All members are required to have proven legal, financial, capital market and investor relations expertise.

Name Office Election End
Maurício Perez Botelho President 8/31/2020 8/31/2021
Deborah Coutinho Gil Nunes Member 8/31/2020 8/31/2021
Pablo Silva Teixeira Member 8/31/2020 8/31/2021
João Paulo Moraes e Silva Paes de Barros Member 8/31/2020 8/31/2021
Ethics Committee

The Ethics Committee has primary responsibility and authority for investigating, reporting on and communicating irregularities to the appropriate bodies and levels within Energisa Group. The Committee works independently and autonomously under a charter approved by the Board of Directors, and its primary duties are outlined in the Company’s Code of Ethics and Business Conduct. The Ethics Committee periodically reports on its activities to the Audit and Risk Committee.

Name Office Election End
Maurício Perez Botelho Member 12/19/2019 12/19/2021
Daniele Araújo Castelo Salomão Member 12/19/2019 12/19/2021
Gabriel Alves Pereira Júnior Member 12/19/2019 12/19/2021
Gioreli de Sousa Filho Member 12/19/2019 12/19/2021
Roberto Carlos Pereira Currais Member 12/19/2019 12/19/2021
André Luís Cabral Theobald Member 12/19/2019 12/19/2021
Luiz Augusto Mendonça Member 12/19/2019 12/19/2021
Marcelo Silveira da Rocha Member 12/19/2019 12/19/2021