IFC NextGen amplifies the voices of young IFC staff and recognizes their significant contributions to the World Bank Group twin goals of ending extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity. We tell their stories, facilitate strategic engagements with senior leadership, and foster a community of leaders engaged in outreach initiatives. We invite you to read their stories of impact.
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IFC’s Dzidedi Akude bucked tradition to become a civil engineer but has found her niche in development finance.
IFC’s Aarthy Arunasalam works to advance gender equality in Sri Lanka’s private sector. Count Cosmo among her fans.
COVID-19 stories of resilience from Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Daisy Serem and Gregory J. Felder look at racism and global development—and open up a conversation on where we go from here.
As expats closely watch developments in the Republic of the Congo, some entrepreneurs refine their marketing strategies.
An influencer—and IFC Insights team member—discovers how messages can be repurposed to help society stay connected and healthy.
For more information about IFC NextGen, contact Gessye Ginelle Safou-Mat and Gregory James Felder at email@example.com.
New young recruits have access to various networks within the institution to remain connected, once hired, reach out to IFC’s Millennial Resource Group and their Africa chapter, IFC’s Young Professional Network and the WBG Youth to Youth.