A Jamaican national, Pryce joined the World Bank Group in 2006 as Counsel in the Legal Vice Presidency, representing the Bank in operations in Latin America and the Caribbean as well as Sub-Saharan Africa and the Pacific Islands, and providing legal advisory support in finance, infrastructure and private sectors. She has since worked in three regions, East Asia and Pacific, South Asia and Africa and has overseen World Bank programs in the Caribbean; Sri Lanka and Maldives; Burundi, Uganda and Tanzania. In 2012, she was assigned to the Africa Energy Practice Group where she was responsible for quality and portfolio management. of what was at that time a $10 billion portfolio.
Prior to her current assignment, she oversaw the World Bank’s Indonesia and Timor-Leste programs and was based in the Jakarta office.
Before joining the World Bank, Pryce served as legal adviser to the Jamaican government on Public International Law and International Trade issues for more than 10 years; and as an Adjunct Lecturer on Public International Law at the University of the West Indies.
She holds a master’s degree in Public International Law from the University College of London; a Juris Doctor from the University of Miami and a Bachelor of Science in International Business and Mathematics from the City University of New York.