Ana Silvia Aguilera is a Senior Infrastructure Consultant with over 10 years of experience working with the World Bank in the preparation and supporting the implementation of multi-sector infrastructure projects including transport and water and sanitation. In transport her focus has been on roads and rural roads projects with territorial development approaches in Latin America. Her experience extends geographically to Africa and East Asia when she worked for two years in the Global Partnership of Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) within the World Bank as an Infrastructure Specialist advising on the structuring and implementation on Output-Based Aid (OBA) and Results-Based Financing (RBF) projects in infrastructure sectors particularly water and sanitation. Before her work in the World Bank she worked for over two years with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in the preparation of the IDB Country strategies for the Central American and Caribbean Countries. Ana Silvia holds a master’s degree in Economics, and two bachelor’s degrees in Economics, and Business Administration and Finance.