How will organizations such as the IDB, IMF, and OAS help Latin America emerge from the wreckage of COVID-19? What kind of support and cross-border leadership is crucial to ensure the region doesn’t endure another “lost decade”? Join our panelists in addressing these critical questions.
- Otaviano Canuto, Principal of the Center for Macroeconomics and Development, @ocanuto
- Nancy Lee, Senior Policy Fellow at the Center for Global Development, @CGDev
- Bosco Marti, Former Executive Director at the IDB for Mexico and the Dominican Republic, @BoscoMarti
- Cecilia Tornaghi, Managing Editor, Americas Quarterly, @ctornaghi (moderator)
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Former Vice President and Executive Director, World Bank
Otaviano Canuto is a senior fellow at the Policy Center for the New South, a nonresident senior fellow at Brookings Institution, and a principal at the Center for Macroeconomics and Development. Previously, he was a vice president and executive director at the World Bank, the executive director at the International Monetary Fund, and a vice-president at the Inter-American Development Bank. Canuto also served as the former deputy minister for international affairs in Brazil’s Ministry of Finance.
Senior Policy Fellow, Center for Global Development and Senior Advisor, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Nancy Lee is a senior policy fellow at the Center for Global Development (CGD) and a senior advisor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Her work at CGD focuses on the role of development banks in mobilizing private finance and increasing development impact. Prior to joining CDG, she was the deputy chief executive officer of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), an independent U.S. aid agency, and the CEO of the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) at the Inter-American Development Bank. Dr.
Former Executive Director for Mexico and the Dominican Republic, Inter-American Development Bank
Bosco Marti is the former executive director for Mexico and the Dominican Republic at the Inter-American Development Bank. Before joining the Inter-American Development Bank, Marti held various positions within the Mexican Government including assistant secretary for international affairs, assistant secretary for the interior, director general for the Mesoamerica Integration and Development Project, and financial affairs manager for Mexico to the OECD. He has served under 4 Mexican presidents, during which he spearheaded public policy efforts across various disciplines.
Managing Editor, Americas Quarterly
Cecilia Tornaghi is the managing editor of Americas Quarterly. A Brazilian-American journalist, she has been covering Latin America for the last 20 years with a focus on policy, business and economics. She spent 13 years at Bloomberg, starting as a Nasdaq reporter, then as an anchor, news editor, deputy managing editor for Bloomberg Brasil TV and lastly as Latin America correspondent for Bloomberg TV interviewing heads of state, cabinet members, and C-suite executives from across the region.
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