New roles for international development's top brass

An empty office. Photo by: Ben Husmann

Three months after appointing an interim head to assume founder and longtime chief Arthur B. Keys’ leadership responsibilities, International Relief and Development named its new president and CEO.

This announcement came just days after a management shake-up at the World Bank, which resulted in the departures of its two vice presidents.

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    Currently based in New York City, Eliza is a veteran journalist focused on covering the most pressing issues and latest innovations in global health, humanitarian aid, sustainability and development. A member of Mensa, Eliza has earned a master's degree in public affairs and bachelor's degree in political science from the University of the Philippines.