Rami Amin

Rami Amin

Consultant, Office of the Director of Digital Development

Dr. Rami Amin leads several initiatives at The World Bank and in collaboration with the IFC, developing insight to inform clients and Bank-financed operations on how to accelerate digital transformation, investment, and economic growth. He provides consulting and advisory services on AI, 5G, digital transformation, data governance, cloud services, sustainability, national policy/strategy roadmaps, and designing innovative financing solutions for consumers in emerging markets.

He also co-leads the Bank’s Secretariat for Mainstreaming Digital and Disruptive Technologies, manages the Bank’s thought leadership series on Digital Development, and was appointed the World Bank Group’s IEG MAR focal point on Mobilizing Technology for Development.

Prior to joining The World Bank he coordinated Oxford University’s leading research center for interdisciplinary collaboration, providing early-stage funding for projects considered to be radically innovative with high-impact potential. Prior to this he worked for the ECIR Initiative at MIT, the Shorenstein Center at Harvard, and was also a Google Public Policy Fellow.

Dr. Amin was awarded a PhD / DPhil from Oxford, an MPP from Harvard, and was a policy and international affairs fellow at Princeton.