Diana Farrell – Wiki, Bio, Age, Husband, Net Worth

Diana Farrell is a 56-years-old Colombian Economist from the United States of America. her estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read her life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

Diana Farrell Biography – Wiki

According to the wiki and biography of Diana Farrell was born on 16 March 1965 in United States of America. let’s check out the Diana’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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Previously, Ms. Farrell was the Global Head of the McKinsey Center for Government (MCG), providing research, proprietary data, and other tools to support government leaders focused on improving performance. In addition, she was a leader of McKinsey’s global Public Sector Practice, and a member of their Partner Review Committee.

Farrell attended the Loomis Chaffee School, a college-preparatory boarding school in Connecticut, before attaining a BA from Wesleyan University in Economics (College of Social Studies) and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is a member of Council on Foreign Relations, the Aspen Strategy Group, the Aspen Program on the World Economy, the Bretton Woods Committee, and the Trilateral Commission. She is a member of the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council and was Vice-Chair of the organization’s Future of Government Global Agenda Council. She is on the Wesleyan University board of trustees and is married with two children.

“The challenge of reforming Japan’s health system”, McKinsey Global Institute, November 2008

“Boosting Europe’s energy productivity”, Businessweek, September 2008

“China’s urbanization means rich rewards for business”, Businessweek, September 2008

“Investing the Gulf’s oil profits windfall”, McKinsey Quarterly, May 2008

“The challenge of funding Japan’s future health care needs”, McKinsey Global Institute, March 2008

“Government by Design: Four Principles for a Better Public Sector”, McKinsey Center for Government, December 2013

“Education to Employment: Designing a System That Works”, McKinsey Center for Government, December 2012

“Government Designed for New Times”, McKinsey Center for Government, October 2012

On November 22, 2010, Farrell announced that she would be leaving the administration by the end of the year. Lawrence Summers, then the Director of the NEC, who had previously announced that he would return at the end of the year to Harvard University, noted that Farrell had “played a central role” in the efforts of the administration to encourage economic growth, restructure the auto industry, and respond to the housing crisis. Summers further stated: “Her natural talent as a policy maker and her good judgment made her invaluable in setting a course for economic recovery.”

“New but not yet normal: Corporate and investment banking in transition”, McKinsey on Corporate & Investment Banking, September 2010

From 2009 to 2011, Farrell was Deputy Director of the United States National Economic Council (NEC) and Deputy Assistant on Economic Policy to President Barack Obama. She was also a member of the Presidential Task Force on the Auto Industry. While at the White House, Farrell directed interagency processes for the administration’s financial regulatory reform, housing and housing-finance policy, and innovation and competitiveness agendas.

“Changing the fortunes of America’s workforce: A human capital challenge”, McKinsey Global Institute, June 2009

“Promoting energy efficiency in the developing world”, McKinsey Quarterly, February 2009

“Why Americans pay more for health care”, McKinsey Quarterly, December 2008

“Leading through uncertainty”, McKinsey Quarterly, December 2008

“Why baby boomers will need to work longer”, McKinsey Quarterly, November 2008

“New thinking for a new financial order”, Harvard Business Review, September 2008

“Capturing the European energy productivity opportunity”, McKinsey Global Institute, September 2008

“How the world should invest in energy efficiency”, McKinsey Quarterly, July 2008

“The rise of the euro”, Businessweek, March 2008

“Gulf states must use oil wealth wisely”, Businessweek, February 2008

“Long-term trends in global capital markets”, McKinsey Quarterly, February 2008

“The new role of oil wealth in the world economy”, McKinsey Quarterly, January 2008

Offshoring: Understanding the Emerging Global Labor Market, Harvard Business Press Books, 2006

Driving Growth: Breaking Down Barriers to Global Prosperity, Harvard Business Press Books, 2006

Productivity Imperative: Wealth and Poverty in the Global Economy, Harvard Business Press Books, 2006

“Smarter offshoring”, Harvard Business Review, June 2006

In 2003, Farrell was the author of a paper in which she argued that sending American jobs overseas might be “as beneficial to the US as to the destination country, probably more so.”

BirthName, Nickname, and Profession

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Real Name Diana Farrel
Nickname Diana
Profession Economist

Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace

Age (2021) 56 Years
birthplace Bogota
date of birth March 16, 1965
sun sign Aries
Hometown Bogota
Food Habits Not Available
Nationality colombian
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Height, Weight, And Body Measurements

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Diana Farrell Personal Life, Spouse, Husband

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Mother Not Available
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Marital Status Married
Husband Scott Pearson
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Children 2

Diana Farrel net worth

The Diana Farrell Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

Monthly Income/Salary (approx.) $80K – $85kUSD
Net Worth (approx.) $4 million-$6 million USD

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