Nataliya Langburd Wright provides strategic advice on issues relating to: digital governance, future of work, small and medium enterprises' (SMEs) enabling environment, governance of infrastructure, and maximizing finance for development. She has served as a Consultant in the Governance Global Practice at the World Bank, Advisor for the social enterprise [email protected], and Staff Economist at the Council of Economic Advisers in the White House, where she focused on international trade, cyber/technology, and energy issues. She has presented her findings on various international economic issues, including foreign direct investment, SMEs’ enabling environment, and financial market reactions to the shale gas boom, in conferences in Europe, the United States, and the Middle East. She completed her BA at Yale University and MPhil at the University of Cambridge, where she also served as a Yale Fox International Fellow. She is currently based in Harvard Business School, where she is pursuing her doctoral studies in strategy.