Rolande Pryce is the new World Bank Regional Director for the South Caucasus starting today, APA reports citing the World Bank.
Based in Tbilisi, Ms. Pryce will be responsible for developing the World Bank’s country strategies for Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. In addition, she will be managing the portfolio of lending, advisory and convening services, coordinating with development partners, and engaging with other key stakeholders on economic growth and poverty reduction in all three South Caucasus countries.
A Jamaican national, Ms. Pryce most recently served as the World Bank Country Manager for Rwanda.
Ms. Pryce joined the Bank in 2006 as Counsel in the Legal Vice Presidency. She has held several operational positions across the World Bank’s regions, including in Latin America and the Caribbean, East Asia and the Pacific, Africa and South Asia. She has also worked in the World Bank’s Energy and Extractives Global Practice on energy reform and regulation.