|Birth Day:||November 14, 1993|
|Birth Place:||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
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In 2012, she attended Harvard University on a full ride scholarship. Her dissertation examined the reformatting of Brazilian public schools which launched her political and activist career. She then went on to found the Map Education Movement in 2014.
Tabata Amaral received her primary education in local public schools. In the sixth grade, at the age of 12, Amaral participated in the 2005 edition of the Brazilian Public School Mathematics Olympiad (OBMEP), and won a silver medal on her first attempt. The following year, due to her gold medal and strong academic performance, she obtained a full scholarship at Colégio ETAPA, a private school in São Paulo, where she completed her secondary education. In the following years, she represented Brazil in international chemistry, astronomy and astrophysics Olympiads.
In 2012, Amaral was offered a full scholarship to a number prestigious universities, six of them in the United States: Harvard University, Yale University, Columbia University, Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania and California Institute of Technology, and at the University of São Paulo.
In 2014, Amaral co-founded the education advocacy organisation Movimento Mapa Educação (the Education Map Movement) with Lígia Stocche and Renan Ferreirinha (Pt). The organisation crowd-sourced concerns about education among young people in Brazil, and then questioned candidates on those education-related issues during the 2016 Brazilian municipal elections, disseminating their responses widely on social media.
In 2017, Amaral co-founded the organisation Acredito (meaning "I believe") with Felipe Oriá and José Frederico Lyra Netto. The organisation promotes young progressive politicians who are seeking office for the first time, with a particular focus on increasing the diversity of federal deputies.
During the 2018 general election, Amaral's campaign was mainly centered on education. She received the sixth highest vote total of any candidate in the state of São Paulo, with 264,450 votes. She is a member of the Democratic Labor Party (PDT).
In July 2019, the magazines Veja and Exame revealed that Amaral hired her boyfriend, Daniel Alejandro Martínez, to work on her 2018 election campaign. According to the Superior Electoral Court, Amaral spent 23,000 reais (at the time about 6,000 USD) from the public election fund to pay for these services, which were provided between August and October of 2018. Amaral's team did not present the results of the services provided by Martínez. In another case, the Supreme Federal Court had previously ruled that hiring relatives or spouses with electoral funds is legal, but the practice has been widely condemned by journalists and commentators. Veja magazine asserted that it was hypocritical for Amaral to engage in this practice, since in a previous interview with the magazine she had taken the anti-corruption position that "renewal in politics is not about changing the name of things or the face in power, but a change of practices".
Tabata was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil and is the sister of Allan Thales Amaral de Pontes.
Currently, Tabata Amaral is 29 years, 6 months and 17 days old. Tabata Amaral will celebrate 30th birthday on a Tuesday 14th of November 2023. Below we countdown to Tabata Amaral upcoming birthday.