Bhubaneswar : Gita Goipinath, an Indian woman, has been promoted to deputy director of the International Monetary Fund.
She has now joined the organization’s senior advisory committee.Gita, a resident of Mysore in Karnataka, is a technocrat and author of many books.
Gita aged 50, graduated from Preston University with a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Delhi in 2001 , a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Delhi School of Economics on the 14th and graduated from the University of Washington in 2001.
After completing her PhD in two subjects, Gita was appointed as an Assistant Professor at the Booth School of Business in Chicago. She later quit her job and became the first female deputy director of the IMF, and a few months later joined the organization’s high-level advisory committee in June 2021.