Adrienne Hathaway-Nuton is a Governance Specialist in the Office of the Global Director, Governance Global Practice. She has worked in the Governance Global Practice since 2012, initially in the Latin America and Caribbean Region and then in the Europe and Central Asia Region. During this time, her work has spanned analytical activities and project cycle from design to closing, with a focus on digital government and subnational public management/decentralization issues. Prior to joining the Bank, Adrienne worked in the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, where she focused on topics in international economics and finance. She holds Master’s Degrees in Economics and Foreign Service from Georgetown University and a BA from Wellesley College, and is fluent in Spanish.