Note: Deborah no longer works at the World Bank.
Deb works on public sector governance in the East Asia and Pacific region. Before joining the Bank in fall 2007, she worked on foreign policy in the U.S. Congress, on international health and population issues at several nonprofits, and with troubled teens. Outside of work, her interests include photography, yoga, and reading fiction. She has a masters in public policy from UCLA and a BA in history from Haverford College, and grew up outside of Boston. In this blog, she tackles public sector governance issues with her colleague Naazneen.
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