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Feyi Boroffice


Feyi Boroffice is the World Bank Resident Representative for The Gambia. Responsible for engaging and managing policy dialogue with the Government and leading the World Bank country team, she joined the World Bank in 2010 and has led projects in Africa, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Prior to this appointment she was a Senior Private Sector Specialist at the World Bank office in Nigeria and served as the Focal Point for the Finance Competitiveness and Innovation Global Practice coordinating the Private Sector and Financial Sector Development agenda in the country.

Before joining the World Bank, Feyi spent a decade in the private sector working for global organizations including Ernst & Young where she supervised audit projects, and Exxon Mobil where she worked in the company’s Treasurer’s division on mergers and acquisitions, pension fund management and investment projects. She also has experience as an entrepreneur as founder of 2Hats Network, a leadership development company for professional women with multinational clients including Accenture, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Citibank, and ING.

Feyi holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Boston University. She is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the United States.