Nadereh Chamlou is a retired Senior Advisor to the Chief Economist at the World Bank’s Middle East and North Africa Region. During her over three decade career, she worked in technical, advisory, coordination, and managerial positions across the World Bank Group in areas such as economic management, private and financial sector development, infrastructure, corporate governance, and gender. Chamlou has regional expertise particularly in Middle East and North Africa, but her regional experience also extends to Latin America, East Asia, the Pacific, and Eastern Europe. She co-authored a World Bank flagship report titled “Corporate Governance: A Framework for Implementation” (1999), and co-founded the World Bank/OECD sponsored Global Corporate Governance Forum which she headed its Secretariat from 1998-2000. In 2013, she authored a working paper titled, “Iran’s Unrealised Potential—Its Underutilised Talent Pool.” Today, she works as an International Development Advisor in Washington, DC.