Helene Grandvoinnet is a governance expert, with twenty years of experience in research, policy dialogue, and project design and management on transparency and accountability, decentralization, public finances, justice reform, anti-corruption and civil service reform. In her current position at the World Bank, she provides managerial and strategic support to the Global Governance Practice in the Africa region. Previously, she worked in low capacity and fragile countries in the Africa region, and spearheaded the implementation of the governance and anti-corruption strategy as the Africa coordinator. She co-authored the book “Opening the Black Box: The Contextual Drivers of Social Accountability” as the Cluster leader of the Social Accountability team in the Social Development Department, where she built a very active Community of Practices on Social Accountability, expanded training and capacity building activities, and task-managed the Civil Society Fund.
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