Dr Khaled F. Sherif is the Vice President for Regional Development, Integration and Business Delivery Complex at The African Development Bank in Abidjan (Ivory Coast). Born in Alexandria (Egypt), Dr Sherif has extensive international experience with multilateral and bilateral development agencies, and is an economic scholar and academician. He holds a B.A in Economics, minoring in Management; an M.A. in Economics; and an M.A. in Political Science from the American University in Cairo (Egypt) and he has completed his Ph.D. in Public Policy and Management at Boston University (USA).
Prior to his appointment as a Vice President at the The African Development Bank in 2016, Dr Sherif held several positions at The World Bank in Washington DC (USA; 1990-2016) including Sector Manager for the Private and Financial Sector Development department, Manager for the Center of Expertise (BPS), Chief Administrative Officer for Africa Resource Management Unit and Chief Administrative Officer for the Network Operations. He has worked at the Agency for International Development in Egypt (1987-1990) and at Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and Administrative Development also in Egypt.
He regularly teaches at the following institutions: The George Washington School of Business, the American University Kogod School of Business, The American University in Cairo schools of Economics and Business Administration, the Harvard Institute for International Development; Boston University; the University of Central Michigan; the University of Pittsburgh; the German Chamber of Commerce Management Development Program.
CV (in English)
2010 - present
2010 - present