"Corruption Contributing to Public Health Crisis, Anti-Graft Group Says," coverage by The Wall Street Journal, January 28, 2021, featuring Adjunct Professor Pascale Dubois.
Lic. Jur. , University Ghent; LL.M., New York University
Pascale Hélène Dubois is an International Executive Advisor and Independent Expert who has been involved with anti-corruption efforts for two decades.
She recently retired from the World Bank Group (WBG) where she was the VP of the Integrity Vice Presidency (INT), leading the WBG’s investigative efforts and the pursuit of sanctions in connection with allegations of fraud and corruption on WBG-financed projects, in addition to corporate compliance and prevention. Professor Dubois previously served as the World Bank’s first ever Chief Suspension and Debarment Officer (SDO), and prior to that she managed the groundbreaking Voluntary Disclosure Program in INT and also worked as an operational lawyer advising the Africa region of the World Bank for seven years. Before joining the WBG, Professor Dubois was in private practice in the USA and Belgium for 10 years.
Professor Dubois is a member of the Board of Governors of the Washington Foreign Law Society and served as the Co-Chair of both the International Bar Association’s Anti-Corruption Committee as well as the American Bar Association Section of International Law’s Anti-Corruption Committee.
She is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and has been an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University Law Center since 2009, where she teaches a course on international anti-corruption. Professor Dubois received her Lic. Jur., cum laude, from the University of Ghent, Belgium, and her LL.M. from New York University.
"Corruption Contributing to Public Health Crisis, Anti-Graft Group Says," coverage in The Wall Street Journal, January 28, 2021, featuring Adjunct Professor Pascale Helene Dubois.
"World Bank Group President Appoints Pascale Dubois as Vice President of Integrity," coverage in The World Bank News, April 27, 2017, featuring Adjunct Professor Pascale Helene Dubois.
"World Bank Walks Own Path On Corruption Cases," coverage in The Wall Street Journal, February 20, 2015, featuring Adjunct Professor Pascale Hélène Dubois.