Gabriella Kusz is a Chicago-based public policy professional and accountant who serves as the principal of strategic initiatives for the International Federation of Accountants ("IFAC"). She also serves as non-executive director of the Global Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency Association.
Kusz also serves as a network leader and global distinguished expert at the global SME policy network at Prince Sultan University in Saudi Arabia.
She also previously work as a consultant to IFAC and the World Bank from 2016 to 2021. She acted as a global public policy consultant.
Kusz previously served at the World Bank in their governance global practice. She has also been with the IFAC as a senior technical manager for the MOSAIC initiative interim secretariat. She had served IFAC as a technical manager member body development for southeastern Europe and the Middle East.
Kusz was a STEP Program intern at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, FDIC, and as an audit associate with Grant Thornton.
She holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of Dayton in accounting, a masters of business administration from the Dayton University and a masters of public policy from Georgetown University. Kusz also holds a certificate in Arabic language and cultures the University of Chicago.
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