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Ailin Tomio

The World Bank

Behavioral Scientist

Ailin is a behavioral scientist with the Mind, Behavior, and Development Unit (eMBeD), within Development Impact (DIME). She works on issues related to environment and greening transitions, social inclusion and urban development. Before joining the team she worked as a senior behavioral consultant for PAHO, advising on how to tackle misinformation with behavioral tools, and for the IADB where she advised on several projects related to health and social inclusion. She also worked for the Buenos Aires City Government as User Research Manager focusing on applying Design Thinking and behavioral tools to improve citizens' experience of public programs.  She holds a Master’s in Social and Consumer Psychology from New York University and an B.A. in Psychology and Neuroscience from the Favaloro University, Argentina.