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About Veronica Adler
Bachelor in Economics Master in Public Policies of the University Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires Argentina. She has worked at the Inter-American Development Bank since 2003. Between 2003 and 2008, she worked from Washington DC in Colombia and Venezuela, with programs and projects of Housing of Urban and Rural Social Interest, Neighborhood Improvement and Improvement of Degraded Areas, as well as in Reform and modernization projects of public entities such as Citizen Service Centers, Improvement of General Accounting Offices and Statistical Institutes. Since 2008, she has been assigned to the Bank's Country Office in Uruguay, working mainly with Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and Bolivia in projects related to the economic development of subnational sectors, neighborhood improvement, subnational public infrastructure and revitalization of degraded urban areas. She has also co-led the implementation of the Emerging and Sustainable Cities initiative in Montevideo and has been part of the on-site support group for the implementation of the ICES initiative in Chile and some cities in Argentina. Currently she coordinates the actions of the division for the countries of the Southern Cone.