The Responsible Business team is comprised of professionals with various technical and regional backgrounds.
Program Leader for the Business, Competitiveness and Development program and Lead Enterprise Restructuring Specialist. Since joining the World Bank in 1992, Djordjija Petkoski has focused on competitiveness and sustainable development, governance, corporate responsibility, ethics and anti-corruption, leadership and leading change, with work experience in Asia, Latin America, the Former Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa.
PSD Specialist. Joined the World Bank in 2003. Leads several initiatives related to corporate responsibility, sustainable business models and private sector governance. Manages research and training programs and facilitation of public-private partnerships, such as an alliance to combat malnutrition. Previously a private sector consultant focused on responsible business issues.
Extended Term Consultant focusing on competitiveness and sustainability issues. Diletta has several years of experience in the World Bank Group with GDLN and WBI. Diletta leads projects focused in ECA countries, especially Russia, and Latin America and MNA.
Extended Term Consultant focusing on business environment reforms, business advocacy, governance issues and capacity building of business member organizations. Kathrin has particular experience in the Balkans and ECA region more broadly.
Junior Professional Associate, focusing on projects in the area of governance and anti-corruption, corporate responsibility, sustainable business models and private sector governance.
Junior Professional Associate with experience in educational and economic development in Africa and Latin America. Issel focuses on the development of the Responsible Business program and the Business-led Movement Against Corruption Program.
Consultant focusing on the implementation and development of Collective Action in Francophone Africa. Amani’s experience spans the United States, West and Central Africa working with civil society, the private and public sector.