Bachelors- Economics- Cornell University, 1974; Masters- Agricultural Economics- Cornell University, 1976; PhD- Resource Economics- Public Policy- Cornell University, 1985
Economics; Business Development; Sustainable Energy; Fiscal Management; Debt Management; Investments; Financial Modeling; Portfolio Management; Due Diligence; Policy Analysis
Warren Smith is the President of the Caribbean Development Bank, where he as worked for the last 5 years. He has over 18 years of industry experience and is responsible for the executive responsibilities of running organization. Warren is Chairman on the Board of the Directors. He has spoken at numerous forums in regards to development business, sustainable energy and climate change, fiscal management, and debt management. He received his Bachelors in Economics, Masters in Agricultural Economics, and PhD in Resource Economics and Public Policy, all from Cornell University. Warren was inspired to get into industry from his upbringing in a developing region in the Caribbean, and has always been concerned with its future and wanting to make a difference with his degrees. The key to his success is taking his experiences working in the public and private sectors and applying them to what he does now, combining the best of both worlds.