Global Partnerships and Technical Assistance Officer, IMF
Kerina Wang is a governance and partnerships expert in international development. She currently works at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as the Global Partnerships Officer for IMF’s technical assistance programs on strengthening economic institutions. Prior to joining the IMF, she designed and implemented projects to improve public sector governance at the World Bank, and managed strategy development and global operations for sustainable development programs at the World Resources Institute. Kerina has an MA degree in International Relations and Public Diplomacy from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, and an MS Degree from the Newhouse school of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She is currently completing her PhD in Public Policy and Administration at the George Washington University, Washington DC.