Tania Lozansky is the Senior Manager of Advisory for Manufacturing, Agribusiness and Services sectors at International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group. Her global team works with private companies in emerging markets to improve productivity, promote uptake of sustainable and efficient practices throughout supply chains, unlock new market opportunities for private investment and reduce implementation risks. Given the renewed focus of the World Bank Group on human development, Tania’s team helps clients in the education sector to deliver improved employability outcomes and works with healthcare providers to advance the health quality agenda in emerging markets. In her previous roles at IFC, Tania was based in Nairobi, Hong Kong, and Moscow. In these assignments she oversaw advisory engagements with the private sector and governments to increase access to finance, improve the business enabling environment, structure public-private partnerships and mitigate climate change with a strong focus on the agribusiness sector. Prior to joining IFC, Tania was a management consultant with The Boston Consulting Group in Europe and with William Kent International in Washington DC. She holds a dual BA in Economics and International Relations from Brown University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.