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Daniel Levine

Daniel Levine is the Senior Country Officer of the World Bank’s Singapore office. Daniel is a key member responsible for the office’s core activities, events and strategies and facilitates the link between knowledge development, communications and operations. He serves as a focal point coordinating and developing partnerships within the Singapore ecosystem and is responsible for business reporting with stakeholders. He also works directly the East Asia and Pacific Vice President’s office on strategic initiatives.  Daniel is a US national, who first began working at the World Bank in the Controller's Vice President Unit in 2002.  He has since held a number of corporate assignments and most recently lead the highly successful Tokyo Development Learning Center (TDLC) program in Japan.  In the private sector, Daniel has worked in government affairs, private equity and management consulting. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Arizona State University in 1998, and as a Wolcott Fellow, obtained an MBA from the George Washington University in 2002