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Natalie O'Connor

Exhibitions Coordinator & Fundraiser, The World Bank Art Program

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Natalie O’Connor is the Exhibitions Coordinator and Fundraiser for the World Bank Art Program. She specializes in organizing, promoting and executing local and international exhibitions. In addition to managing Art Program events, she also identifies and establishes negotiations with artists and organizations relevant to the Program’s needs, and manages its fundraising efforts. Ms. O’Connor also assists the Curator with identifying and selecting artworks for The WB Permanent Collection.
Prior to her work with the Art Program, Ms. O’Connor was a paralegal at the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). At ICSID, she provided support for a legal team that administered more than 200 cases. During her time there she prepared, edited and transmitted various legal documents; monitored escrow accounts, prepared budget estimates and requested funding for each case; and coordinated logistical arrangements for hearings in Washington, D.C. and abroad.
In 2016, Ms. O’Connor was also a member of the World Bank Sounding Board; a panel created by the President of the World Bank to oversee the new structural changes and report directly to the Senior Management team.
Ms. O’Connor has a B.A. in Political Science and Psychology from Florida Atlantic University.