Jovita Tamosaityte
World Bank Group (USA)

Expertise Areas: Corporate Social Responsibility, Strategy, Stakeholders Engagement, Social Entrepreneurship. Financial Inclusion in Emerging Markets

Jovita Tamosaityte, originally from Lithuania, is Fulbright Hubert H.Humphrey Alumna, Project Management and Public Relations professional with international and country-level project management experience spanning from concept to development and implementation in financial sector.

She has broad 8 years experience in financial sector, where she was managing Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) and Farmers’ segment in Scandinavian commercial banks, she successfully developed the segment strategy and expanded it into local market.

In 2014 she worked for International Finance Corporation with SME Advisory team in building strategy and products for Very Small Enterprises in Emerging Markets. Recently she joined External and Corporate Relations department and works closely with Global Engagement team in building strong relationships and alliances with key stakeholders and supports the conception, development, and execution of well-branded bank’s campaigns.

She holds BA of Business Information Management, BA of Economics, Finance, MA of Public Relations. 2013 she was awarded a Fulbright scholarship through the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, a U.S. State Department program for mid-career professionals, where she was focusing and researching in fields of Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Entrepreneurship.

Moreover, while working in the business sector, she demonstrates a strong commitment to public services and Pro-Bono volunteering, youth education. She is also the co-founder of a blog for youth education, which has more than 400 thousands visitors in Lithuania.