Selina JACKSON

Special Representative to the UN and the WTO, World Bank

Selina Jackson is the World Bank’s Special Representative to the United Nations and the World Trade Organization in Geneva where she is responsible for managing the World Bank’s relations with the WTO and the Geneva-based UN agencies, including Member governments, and other stakeholders.  Selina joined the World Bank Group in 2010 after ten years as Vice President of International Public Affairs at UPS, where she handled the company’s international trade policy and priorities, including trade facilitation and market access. Prior to UPS, Selina served as U.S. Director of the Transatlantic Business Dialogue (TABD) during its inception in 1995 to 2000.  She also served on the White House staff in Washington, DC and the staff of Former President Ronald Reagan in Los Angeles.  Ms. Jackson holds a Masters degree in international political economy from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and a Masters degree in European studies from the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium.  She was recently decorated by the Chilean government with their highest honor for her efforts related to the rescue of “the 33” trapped miners in 2010. 

Selina JACKSON is speaking at the following session