Cara Santos Pianesi
Cara has helped organizations communicate clearly to garner attention for issues of international development for more than 20 years. She is currently a Communications Lead at the World Bank Group. She previously worked at the United Nations Development Program, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and Amnesty International.
She moved to Washington, DC from Miami where she concentrated on private-sector communications vis-à-vis Latin America with Foote, Cone, and Belding. Cara has a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University’s School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and a B.A. in International Studies and Economics from the University of Miami.
- Holding up half the sky—and some blogs
- Vroom Vroom: Brazil leading the pack in infrastructure financing innovation for safer and more resilient transport
- A New Model to Chip Away at the Infrastructure Financing Gap: Brazil Leads the Way
- “When the Tide Goes Out, You See Who’s Naked”
- Smartly Tapping Global Markets: A Driver for the Rise of the South
- Sustainable Development: the Business-class Train Has Left the Station and the Canary is in the Coal Mine
- Pop the Champagne: Developing-Country Outbound Investment Hits Record High
- Chasing the Wind
- More Precious than Gold?
- May the Force of Broad-Based Economic Growth Be with You
- Forging the Frontier