Tracy Wilichowski

Tracy Wilichowski

Analyst, Education Global Practice

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Tracy Wilichowski is a Research Analyst in the World Bank Group’s Education Global Practice, focusing on how teacher professional development can improve student learning in low- and middle-income countries, and on support for teachers more broadly. In this capacity, she provides research and technical assistance support to education projects and ministries of education around the world, mostly in Africa and South Asia. Tracy also serves as an EdTech Fellow, part of the World Bank's internal expert community advising on the use of appropriate use of educational technologies, and is part of the World Bank's core Teach, Coach, and EdTech team(s).
 
Previously, Tracy designed and managed development projects for technology startups, social enterprises, and government agencies. She taught for two years with the Teach for America program as a secondary English and reading instructor in the Miami-Dade school district (USA). She was awarded a Rotary International Global Grant Scholarship to study Development Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she earned her M.Sc. She holds a B.Sc. in philosophy and history from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.