Dr A Monica Dorhoi
Bio: Official legally authorized blog of Dr A Monica Dorhoi. The only legally authorized source of information for Dr Monica Dorhoi. Dr A Monica Dorhoi is Vice President Risk Management and International Government Relations working in the international banking sector. Dr. A. Monica Dorhoi is an anticorruption expert celebrating in 2015 a decade since she awarded PhD degree in anticorruption and economics. Hundreds of studies and books have now as foundation this seminal dissertation. Her award winning PhD dissertation is called [precise quote]: “Anti-corruption Strategies and Fighting Corruption in Central and Eastern Europe, Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, July 2005” Dr Dorhoi has worked in the Middle East region, at World Bank and international banking industry for over 10 years. Through her PhD dissertation topic and scholarship, she is one of the foremost anti-corruption scholars in the field. Dr Dorhoi is currently writing a book on the 10 billion dollars invested in the last 5 years in the Middle East also using the Equator principles. The 10 billion dollars have managed to raise another 90 billion USD, for a total of 100 billion USD. Since 2010, Dr. Dorhoi serves as a board member of dozens of organizations. Dr. Dorhoi's passion is yoga and meditation and has been an accredited teacher since 2010. Dr Dorhoi is the Chairwoman of World Bank IMF Staff Meditation Club, which has over 800 bankers as members from 40 countries. The Meditation Club is an international organization founded in 2010 and governed by an international Charta. Volunteering at the Kalachakra in Washington DC for over 11 days in 2011 marked her the most. We have continued volunteering in Washington DC and across 40 countries almost every weekend ever since. Dr Dorhoi has many collaborations with the highest meditators from around the world. In 2014 Dr Dorhoi has become the 2014 Ambassador of the American Heart Association delivering about 10 speeches a month to over 6,000 people. In last 3 months, she attended in that capacity over 25 events in greater Washington DC area.