Isabel Beltrán joined 100RC after over 10 years of experience in international development. Prior to 100RC, she worked at the World Bank in Washington D.C. – in both the Research Group and the Bank's Development Impact Evaluation Initiative. She contributed to the design and implementation of impact evaluations in Africa and Asia. She also worked at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) where she developed extensive expertise in Latin America. As part of the IDB’s Young Professionals program Isabel spent one year in Peru working with the IDB's Country Director in the development of the Country Strategy. She also spent four years in the Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative of the IDB in Washington D.C. working with local governments to develop multisector sustainable action plans, defining interventions, prioritization processes, and defining possible funding sources.
Beltran holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University and both a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Economics from the Catholic University in Ecuador. She is a native Spanish speaker.