Frannie Léautier
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Vice President, World Bank Institute

Before assuming her current role at the World Bank Institute, Frannie Léautier was the Chief of Staff for the President of the World Bank Group. She is recognized as a leading expert in infrastructure strategy formulation in developing countries. Léautier joined the World Bank Group in 1992, where she also served as transport economist in the Latin America & Caribbean and South Asia Regions, and as a research economist in the Development Economics Department.

She received her M.S. in Transportation, and her Ph.D. in Infrastructure Systems from MIT. Prior to joining the Bank, she taught at the Center for Construction Research and Education, and the Department of Urban Planning, at MIT.


Lecture:

lecture
flag Leading Across Boundaries
as author at  MIT World Series: The Passion to Action Summit: The MIT Leadership Center Launch,
together with: Peter Senge, Ronald O'Connor, Jeremy Hockenstein,
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