Young Professional, World Bank’s Governance Global Practice
Hannah Kim is a Young Professional in the World Bank’s Governance Global Practice where she works on public sector reform, human resource management, and service delivery. She joined the World Bank in 2010 and has worked in strategy formulation, monitoring and evaluation, and macroeconomic policy in the Caribbean and East African countries. She previously managed an institutional capacity building trust fund at the Inter-American Development Bank. Prior to joining the World Bank, she lived and worked in the Marshall Islands. Born in South Korea and raised in the Dominican Republic, she holds a MPA in Economics and Public Policy from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and a BA in Political Science from Davidson College.
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