Senior ICT Policy Specialist, World Bank
Natasha Beschorner is a Senior ICT Policy Specialist in the World Bank’s Global Practice for Transport & ICT. She was educated at Oxford, London and Johns Hopkins universities. Natasha has been with the World Bank since 1993, and is currently based in the World Bank’s office in Singapore.
Her areas of expertise include applied ICT for development planning and decision-making, including e-government/e-services in multiple sector; and telecommunications sector reform, particularly extending the reach of information and communications infrastructure to rural and remote areas. Her principal responsibilities include: design and management of investment projects and technical assistance programs in telecommunications, and ICT for development/E-Services development in East Asia and the Pacific Region. Focus countries are: China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste and the Pacific Islands.
Pacific Islands Workshop: Joining the Networked Planet - Policy Challenges for Pacific Small Island States
Sunday, 18 January 2015