Fannie Delavelle

Analyst at the World Bank Gender Innovation Lab

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Fannie Delavelle is an Analyst at the World Bank Gender Innovation Lab, where she works to integrate evidence on what works to empower women entrepreneurs into policies and programs. At the World Bank, she has worked on leveraging blockchain to make international trade more inclusive, and was the Manager of the World Bank Youth Summit on Human Capital in 2018. Previously, she was the trade attache at the Embassy of France in the US, working for the French Treasury. Fannie has two Masters degrees from the London School of Economics and Sciences Po Paris.

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