Hasan Tuluy is an economist with experience in Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, and Latin America, and currently advises countries and multilateral and bilateral development institutions on development strategy and on organizational design issues. He is on the Board for Development Gateway, a subsidiary of IREX, an international NGO, and the Partnership for Transparency Fund, and formerly served as Chair of the Board for IREX.
From 1987 to his retirement from the World Bank in 2014, Tuluy held various senior positions at the World Bank. His most recent assignment prior to his retirement (2012 to 2014) he served as Vice President for Latin America and the Caribbean region overseeing the program of engagement with 32 member countries. Prior to that (2008-2011) he was Vice President for Human Resources for the World Bank guiding the organization’s HR strategy, policy, and implementation. In 2007-2008 as the Chief Operating Officer of the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, he initiated a turn-around to bring the agency back to profitability. From 2003 to 2007 Tuluy was Director of Strategy and Operations for the Middle East and North Africa region responsible for program implementation and portfolio quality. Between 2001-2003 he served as Director of Corporate Strategy for the World Bank. Before that he worked as Country Director in West Africa (1996-2000), and economist in various country and sector programs (1987-1995). For a decade prior to joining the World Bank Group, Tuluy resided in and worked in research and private consulting on trade and price policy issues in Africa and the Maghreb. He holds a Ph.D. in Development Economics from the Fletcher School, Tufts University.