Disaster Risk Management Specialist
Mary Boyer is a Disaster Risk Management Specialist who joined the Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience Global Practice of the World Bank in 2015, working primarily on disaster risk finance in the Caribbean. Prior to the Bank, she worked on counterinsurgency and stabilization programming in Afghanistan through USAID (Creative Associates Int’l). She also worked to assist countries in developing drought contingency plans in order to join the inaugural risk pool of African Risk Capacity. Mary holds degrees in anthropology, peace studies, international relations and economics from University of Notre Dame and Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, respectively.
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