...I´m 35 years old, married with two kids. (it seems like not well expressed to Brazilian ears, as if someone is married to the kid, but no, this isn´t wrong English wording.)
So..My name is Alessandro. I am 35 year-old, married with two kids/children and I was born and raised in Montes Claros. I graduated  in 2012 with a MBA degree (2) from Unimontes University. Next, I got a doctorate degree (MBA) in Project Management from FGV (*)
a major Higher Studies and Research institution in Brazil, in the fields of Law, Economics, Management, Social Sciences and IT.)
 My choice of words, because just saying that you have a degree, somehow could give the impression that it was not recently. Or even long ago!
(2) If so, one know that it´s all about Management.
If not (then you are a undergraduate), I would hazard "I have/I got a bachelor degree in Business Administration" or specifically a BBA (Bachelor Of Business Administration), altough I don´t know if it´s the case.If it was from FGV, I would say you got a BBA. http://portal.fgv.br/en/courses-fgv
(*) Perhaps not necessary, but I decided on leaving the information for benefit of students of other countries.
I didn´t know if you meant an introduction (a student introducing himself in front of others in a class) or a resumé-related question, so I tried to keep it half formal half colloquial (just informational).
More advanced students, and real experts or natives English people may give us a hand, their opinion and more ideas. Let´s wait.
It´s worth noticing that talking about Management Education in English is a first to me, and I am just a drop-out Management student... shame on me!
In other words, we are in uncharted waters! ha ha.
That´s more, the year 2012 was purely fictional.
For getting the idea, it looks like they don´t want to put "distance" between the earning of the degree, see?http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/s ... clnk&gl=br