Sarah Reso joined the Solutions and Innovations in Procurement Unit in the Governance Global Practice at the World Bank in September 2018 as an Open Government and Procurement Consultant. She assists the operational and analytical work in open government and citizen engagement in World Bank projects and country work, and supports the day-to-day administration of the Open Government Multi Donor Trust Fund. She previously worked for the Transparency and Accountability Initiative as a Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning fellow.
Prior to this, she worked for the Strategy, Operations, Knowledge, Learning, and Results Unit in the Governance Global Practice at the World Bank, monitoring and reporting on governance-related commitments and indicators. Before joining the World Bank, Sarah also worked at the AidData Center for Development Policy, where she geographically coded international aid flows for insight into aid allocation and effectiveness. She holds a BA in International Relations from the College of William & Mary.
Making governments more open and accountable to citizens improves the effectiveness of service delivery, reduces corruption, and improves trust in government. However, the road to change can be difficult to embark upon and even more challenging to complete. Improving the…