Caroline Anstey is Managing Director
of the World Bank, responsible for Operations Services, Policy and Systems.
Prior to this, she was Vice President for External Affairs. Since
she joined the World Bank in 1995, she has worked in various positions
including: Chief of Staff to President Zoellick; Country Director for the
Caribbean; Director of Media Relations and Chief Spokesperson; and Assistant
and Speechwriter to former World Bank President, James D. Wolfensohn. Before
joining the World Bank, Caroline worked as Political Assistant to the Rt.
Hon. James Callaghan MP, and as Editor of the BBC weekly current affairs
program "Analysis". She also served as Secretariat member of
the InterAction Council, a group of former Heads of Government that develops
recommendations on political, economic, and social issues.