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The World Bank's EdTech Team | New technologies & innovations in education

The World Bank's advisory, research and project work related to the effective and equitable uses of educational technologies  is led by a small team of experts based in Washington, DC with over 80 years of experience working on edtech-related initiatives in low, middle and high income countries.

This core edtech team works with and supports a group of two dozen EdTech Fellows, frontline staff from across the World Bank's education global practice working in every region around the world on over 50 edtech-related topics.

Core members of the World Bank's edtech team include: Michael TrucanoRobert HawkinsAlex Twinomugisha, and Cristóbal Cobo.

EdTech Fellows include: Sub-Saharan Africa: Himdat Bayusuf, Ekua Bentil, Momar Dieng, Saori Imaizumi, Huma Kidwai, Boubakar Lompo​, Ryoko Tomita; East Asia & the Pacific: Rabia Ali, Noah Yarrow; Eastern Europe & Central Asia: Suhas Parandekar, Subhashini Rajasekaran, Tigran Shmis; Central global unit: Cristobal Cobo, ​Julia Liberman, Alex Twinomugisha, Tracy Wilichowski, Joao Pedro Wagner De Azevedo​; ​​Latin America & the Caribbean: Diego Angel-Urdinola, Helena Rovner; Middle East & North Africa: Mariam Adil, Venki Sundararaman; South Asia: Juan Baron, Kumar Vivek​, Shobhana Sosale​; Disability & Inclusion: Hanna Alasuutari; IFC: Juliana Guaqueta.

More information about the World Bank's advisory, research and project work related to 'edtech' can be found on the World Bank's New Technologies in Education web site and on the popular EduTech Blog