Yolanda is committed to the growth and development of leaders, especially in global organizations. Currently supporting leaders in Europe, Africa and the Americas, she worked in the World Bank Group for over eleven years where she headed learning and leadership development at the International Finance Corporation (IFC), headed an Instructional Design Team at the World Bank Institute and before that in academia. The leadership development programs that she launched and managed at IFC where described as Best-in-Class by McKinsey in 2009. She was part of a team that published an article with Peter Senge’s Reflections Journal about the International Finance Corporation (IFC) nine year history of change entitled: Organizational Learning and IFC’s Mission Impossible. She recently published a book about her years of growing up in Cameroon, Africa entitled: Treasures in Darkness.