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Nayé Anna Bathily

She also led partnership efforts on behalf of the World Bank, providing strategic input to heads of states for major development roundtables in Africa. In 2015, she was nominated in the Choiseul 100 of the Young African Leaders of Tomorrow. She currently sits on the Advisory Board of the Women in Africa Initiative (WIA),the Women Investment Cluband the Siècle des Femmes, as well as being a founding member of a network of African professionals from the diaspora Espace Jappo.She recently launched Shine to Lead/ Jiggen Jang Tekki,an NGO dedicated to mentoring and supporting marginalized high school girls in the poorest suburbs of Dakar. She earned a master’s degree in public administration, at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government in 2009, and was a Mason Fellow.

Anna Bathily
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Head of Global Parliamentary Relations, The World Bank Group

Senior international affairs expert and Head of the World Bank Parliamentary Engagement, she has served as the Bank’s first full-time parliamentary staff member, and currently leads advocacy and high-level outreach activities to parliamentarians for the institution at the global level. Bathily has actively contributed to the creation of the Parliamentary Network in the World Bank, and IMF, a unique platform for policy dialogue on key development issues.

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