On my work at the World Bank…

Press conference of Vice President Monica Dorhoi on an untimely statement of the World Bank Group on Friday, June 16, 2017

News Release
For Immediate Release
June 18, 2017

Vice President Monica Dorhoi Press Office
(202) 795-0076

Press conference of Vice President Monica Dorhoi on an untimely statement of the World Bank Group on Friday, June 16, 2017

Washington DC – Press conference of Vice President Monica Dorhoi on a untimely statement of the World Bank Group on Friday, June 16, 2017.

Ms Dorhoi speech is below.

We were just informed that I am no longer at the World Bank. It was their choice.

Thank you to the support of all of you.

Over 40 speeches are delivered today on the topic.

As you know I have worked with all of you for over a decade at the World Bank. And now I called to answer for it.

The team worked in 2008 to stop the financial crises and 5 years later that we wrote the most comprehensive book on the costs and manners of intervention.

The publication is called the Results and Performance of the World Bank Board and details a plethora of crises around the world and the World Bank.

Although working as loan officer had the most long term results for the international banking sector what mattered to me at least were the work of the World Bank Clubs and Associations.

Since 2010, we have founded our own international organization the World Bank IMF Staff Meditation Club. The work will continue through my own Center founded in 2016 the Dorhoi Meditation Center of Washington DC.

My research is Washington DC continues through my own Anticorruption center called Dorhoi International Research Center of Washington DC. The Center was founded in 2013 in Washington DC and its activities are widely described by the media and researchers. The list of events we have attended is long and for Washington DC, the events are the most representative of the last 4 years.

Thank you for the Continuous support.

Monica Dorhoi will have a weekly Monday press conference at 10:00 am EST. The announced location is Williams Hotel, 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington DC.


Ms Dorhoi pastors are briefed of the press conference.

Special thanks to the current Reverent Kevin Gillespie, S.J., Holy Trinity Church in Washington DC , 3513 N Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007, Phone: 202-903-2800

Special thanks to Father Mark Horak, formerly pastor at Holy Trinity Church, S.J., St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 636 W. Ponce de Leon Ave. Decatur, GA 30030, Phone: 404-378-4588, Fax: 404-378-0506.

The minutes of the meetings are sent to the United States Congress and all interested international agencies.

Schedule in advance at mdorhoi@icloud.com or calling us at 202-795-0076. The next press conference is on Monday at 10:00 am EST.

For one-on-one interviews, emails us 24 hours in advance.
The schedule will update throughout the day.

About Vice President Monica Dorhoi, PhD

Dr. Monica Dorhoi is an American Vice President working on risk management at the World Bank and international banking industry in last decade.
Ms. Dorhoi is one of the highest ranked antifraud and anticorruption investigators with the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices act and has worked at the World Bank in the last decade.

Dorhoi is an economist and anticorruption expert celebrating in 2015 a decade since she was awarded PhD degree in anticorruption and economics. Her award winning PhD dissertation is called [precise quote]:

“Anti-corruption Strategies and Fighting Corruption in Central and Eastern Europe, Michigan State University, Ph.D. Dissertation, July 2005”. Coursework also includes Georgetown University, University of Michigan, University of Vienna (Austria), and University of Bonn (Germany). See updates at mdorhoi.wordpress.com



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