Ronnie Hammad works in the Office of the Vice President for Equitable Growth, Finance and Institutions at the World Bank. He brings over 30 years of experience engaging senior government, private sector, and civil society officials, implementing ambitious reform programs, and managing complex projects in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Most recently, he served as World Bank Advisor to the Saudi G20, supporting the Ministry of Finance and the G20 Secretariat in preparing to assume the Presidency in 2020. His experience spans a range of sectors from public-private partnerships in infrastructure to public sector Governance.
Ronnie holds an MBA in International Finance from the George Washington University, and has completed an executive program at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government on managing change in Public Financial Management. He is fluent in French and Arabic. He is a thought leader in organizational change and has partnered with the Rapid Results Institute on the design and implementation of Govt. reform programs worldwide.
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