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EBRDs Barbara Rambousek is a European Leadership juror

EBRD's Barbara Rambousek is a European Leadership juror

 July 05, 2022

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Director for Gender and Economic Inclusion, Barbara Rambousek is selected as a member of the jury for the 2022 Summer School for Female Leadership in the Digital Age by the European Leadership Academy. 

"Super excited for Barbara Rambousek to be once again on our EU Leadership jury! We could not be more inspired by her dedication to creating equitable access to address the specific needs of women and youth," said the European Leadership Academy.

Addressing inequality challenges 

Barbara established the Bank’s approach to integrating economic inclusion into the Bank’s mandate, to address inequality challenges through private sector investments and policy engagement. Her focus is on creating equitable access to employment and skills, entrepreneurship and finance as well as key infrastructure service, reflecting the specific needs of women, youth, aging populations, migrants and others.

Barbara has 20 years leadership experience in the design and delivery of multi-sectoral inclusive development programmes and strategies in Central and Eastern Europe, the MENA region, Asia and the UK. Previously, as Head of Regeneration and Corporate Strategy for the London Development Agency, she led major urban regeneration programmes and the formulation of London’s 20-year Economic Development Strategy. Before that, she managed integrated refugee return and economic development programmes in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

She is a regular speaker at major international events and fora on topics such as inequality, inclusion, skills, just transition and gender.

Barbara holds an executive MBA from Cass Business School, London, an MSc from the London School of Economics and an MA from the University of Vienna.

Supporting the potential of female talent 

Schools for Female Leadership in the Digital Age are designed to recognise and support the immense potential of female talent and to empower girls to lead the tech revolution.

By building a platform where the leaders of tomorrow can bond, share experiences, and support each other, in accordance with the European spirit of cooperation and solidarity, our Schools aim to create a more inclusive digital era.

The programme welcomes applications from students and young professionals aged 18 and over, who hold EU, Ukrainian or Western Balkans citizenship or permanent residence. It is not limited to those with a STEM education, and we also encourage applications from candidates that have studied in other disciplines.


EBRD is a gender-inclusive employer 

EBRD looks to recruit people passionate about its values and work. And with staff coming from dozens of countries, its workforce is as diverse as its portfolio.

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