Local Supplier Development and Strategic Community Investment Specialst, IFC Infrastructure and Natural Resources Advisory
Gosia Nowakowska-Miller is a Local Supplier Development and Community Investment Specialist at the International Finance Corporation (IFC). As part of IFC’s Infrastructure and Natural Resources Advisory team, she works on enhancing local benefits of the investments IFC makes around the world. She advises private sector clients with designing and implementing local procurement strategies and community investment strategies. Gosia has co-authored the “Guide to Getting Started in Local Procurement”.
Mrs. Nowakowska-Miller has been with the IFC for 15 years working on small and medium enterprise (SME) capacity building and local procurement issues primarily in the oil, gas and mining sectors. Prior to IFC she worked at SCOR Reassurance in Paris developing new markets in Eastern Europe; and in Warsaw, Poland launching business management software for SMEs. She has a MBA and a Masters Degree in International Affairs from George Washington University, and a B.A. in International Relations from Boston University.