Ear-Dupuy, Haidy

Biography

Ms. Ear-Dupuy holds a Master’s degree in Agricultural and Applied Economics (2001) and a Master’s degree in Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development (1998) from the University of Wisconsin, USA; and Bachelor degrees in International Relations with a focus on Development Economics from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, USA (1993). Before joining the ADB, Ms. Ear-Dupuy had worked with the World Vision International (WVI) as Senior Policy Advisor on macroeconomic issues in Washington DC where she managed working relationships with the multilateral institutions and the coalitions of NGOs working to promote the advancement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). She also led WVI’s coordination in lobbying G8 and G20 governments to support Food Security and Maternal and Child Health. She also coordinated the WVI’s Partnership’s community of practice on Economic Justice as well as developed the partnership’s work on aid, debt, and trade. She contributed to the World Vision’s magazine, Global Futures and have written on citizen’s role in governance, Gender, and the role of the international financial institutions. Ms. Ear-Dupuy was the Director of Advocacy and Communications for World Vision Cambodia where she provided leadership and strategic management of the advocacy and communications department. Prior to World Vision, Ms. Ear-Dupuy worked with Oxfam America, as the Sustainable Livelihoods Officer, where she developed a river-basin development advocacy strategy to support communities living along the Mekong River.

Fields of Specialization
Non-goverment organizations
Governance
Political science
Agricultural and applied economics
Macro-economic policy
Youth and child protection
Degrees
Master in Agricultural and Applied Economics
Master in Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development
Bachelor in International Relations-Development Economics
Bachelor in Spanish Language
Departments
RSDD
Position / Title

Social Development Specialist

Last updated April 5, 2017