It is often fascinating to ponder just how little that you know about somebody. Additionally, people rarely correlate success with hobbies, or any free-time at all, really. Essentially, those who are successful in their careers rarely have any free time to partake in extracurricular activities, and dedicate every waking moment to work. While successful people have dedicated countless hours to ensure the execution of their goals, human beings undoubtedly need time to unwind and to do what they love.
Luciana Lossio is no stranger to what it takes to be successful and well known in competitive, unforgiving industries. The female attorney has many accolades that deserve recognition, but among her biggest feat yet is simply being a woman in a male-dominated field. In fact, Lossio is the first female attorney to be awarded the position of Substitute Minister of the Superior Electoral Court. She graciously accepted this position in 2011, and added it to her list of impressive accolades and general workload. http://www.tre-ma.jus.br/imprensa/noticias-tre-ma/2016/Marco/palestra-da-ministra-luciana-lossio-encerra-seminario-que-tratou-perspectivas-da-reforma-eleitoral
Her career as an attorney has put her in the graces of many esteemed professionals, including governors and state officials, and has allowed her to work professionally on high-profile cases. In addition to this glory, Lossio has also provided her wits and insight for the Attorney General’s Office, where she faithfully served seven, successful years. This position allowed the powerful woman to work alongside esteemed prosecutors, Claudio Fonteles and Geraldo Brindeiro. These two prestigious professionals will happily support Lossio’s claim to success throughout her professional career. Of course, she is only human–though that may be difficult to believe. As a human, she is built to have passions, seek hobbies, and to require rest and relaxation. So, what does this wonder woman do in her spare time?
The answer is simple, yet powerful: equestrianism. Her passion was demonstrated early in life, and since she was only six years old, she has always found comfort in being with and riding horses. In fact, Lossio is a champion who regularly competes. The champion holds the title as being the Brazilian Champion Amateur Jumper, a competition where she won over forty men and women. A champion in both her career and on her horse, Luciana Lossio is young, strong, and ready to tackle more obstacles. http://g1.globo.com/sc/santa-catarina/noticia/2016/04/em-sc-teori-zavascki-e-luciana-lossio-falam-sobre-eleicoes-2016.html