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Congrats to Dr. Jim Kim on his nomination by Pres. Obama to head the World Bank. Dr. Kim served on our event host committee when we honored fellow PIH co-founder Ophelia Dahl.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim Conclude Historic Mission to Africa’s Great Lakes Region, Pledge Commitment to Implement Peace, Security and Economic Development

Q&A: New President Jim Kim on World Bank Priorities

q+a with jim kim.

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Korean-American doctor Jim Yong Kim holds an MD as well as a PhD in anthropology from Harvard, is an expert in MDR-TB, and while working with impoverished patients as a co-founder of global health org. Partners in Health, served as president of Dartmouth College from 2009-2012. Named a MacArthur Fellow in 2003, he is currently serving as president of the World Bank. #rolemodels #globalhealth #leadership #heroes - India will grow by 6 pc next year: Jim Yong Kim, World Bank President - Economic Times - #india

U.S. Candidate Is Chosen to Lead the World Bank

Jim Kim has been named the new president of the World Bank! Congrats!

Thay – as his followers call him, is no stranger to the ideology of the movers and shakers in our world economy. He was invited to speak in Silicon Valley by Steve Jobs once, and has met with the World Bank president Jim Yong Kim. He has also met with senior Google engineers to discuss how they could develop technologies which could be more compassionate and bring about positive change, instead of increasing people’s stress and isolation, taking them away from nature, and one another.

Why Jim Yong Kim would make a great World Bank president

Jim Kim, President of World Bank

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