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Olympian turns World Bank consultant
Siobhan T Cropper, a two-time Olympian, now a Financial Consultant with the World Bank in Washington, DC USA was recently in Trinidad meeting with the Minister of Finance, Larry Howai, the Governor of the Central Bank, some heads of government from the Caribbean countries and representatives from the various local banks. Siobhan graduated from Stanford University with a BA in Economics and from Columbia University with a MBA in Finance.
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