In Conversation: Sandie Okoro, World Bank

Leaders aren't born or made, they are found, says the SVP and general counsel for the World Bank.

by Orianna Rosa Royle

Sandie Okoro is senior vice-president and general counsel at the World Bank, the first Black woman to hold that role. She's also vice-president of compliance, handling the bank's data privacy framework, and chair of its racism task force. 

She spoke to Management Today at our recent Inspiring Women in Business conference.

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