- Housing and Local Development;
- Maintenance and Municipal Works;
- Supervising the activity of the following companies: Lisboa, SRU and Gebalis;
- Execution of the General Drainage Plan for Lisbon.
- Member of Parliament (2019 – present date). Member of the following Parliamentary Committees: Economy, Innovation, Public Works and Housing Committee; Environmental, Energy and Town and Country Planning Committee; and Culture and Communication Committee.
- Associate Professor at the University of Lisbon School of Architecture (FAUL).
- Researcher at the Architecture, Urbanism and Design Research Centre (CIAUD).
- Municipal Councillor at the Cascais Municipal Council, responsible for Urbanism, Territorial Management, Territorial Intelligence and Town and Country Planning (2017-2019).
- Architect, co-founder of architecture firm Roseta Vaz Monteiro Arquitetos, together with Francisco Vaz Monteiro. Co-designer of the Boa Nova Church and Community Centre, in Estoril, which received the “Religious Art and Architecture - Interfaith Design” award from the American Institute of Architects(USA, 2014) and the “Abitare il Mediterraneo” (Living in the Mediterranean) award, granted by the Union of Architects of Mediterranean Countries (Italy, 2013). This project was also showcased at several exhibitions in the USA and Italy, and featured in several architecture publications (USA, China, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Turkey, Spain and Portugal).
- PhD from the Royal College of Art, London, with the thesis “Modern Avenues”, a comparative study of Paris, London and Lisbon, conducted with the support of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (2005-2009).
- Master’s Degree in Contemporary Architectural Culture from FAUL, with the thesis “The Subway and the City” (1998-2001).
- Diploma in Architecture (FAUL), having won the “Quelhas dos Santos” award for the highest average score in 1996 (1991-1996).
- Secondary education at the American International School of Lisbon, having won the “Academic Excellence” award for the highest average score in 1991 (1985-1991).
Author of several national and international publications in the fields of Architecture and City, focused on modernity, sustainability, education and innovation.