Doyle Gallegos is the Global Practice Leader of Connectivity and Infrastructure in the ICT Sector Unit of the World Bank. In this role Mr. Gallegos leads the Bank’s telecommunications policy and regulatory agenda, regional backbone and rural connectivity programs, and implementation of PPPs (Pubic Private Partnerships) as they relate to development of the ICT sector in client countries. He has participated actively in the telecommunications sector for more than 18 years during which time he has developed core competencies in regulatory policy, international business development, strategic analysis and planning, privatization transactions, and implementation of sector reforms and liberalization programs. Prior to joining the World Bank he worked primarily as a consultant in close collaboration with Booz Allen Hamilton as a Senior Advisor and as a Senior Manger in Deloitte Consulting, providing consultancy services to governments and investor and state owned electric, gas, and telecommunications companies throughout the Middle East, Latin America and US.
Mr. Gallegos also has held senior level positions with telecom start-up and emerging business enterprises. As a VP for Formus Communications, a broadband wireless access provider, he was responsible for strategic and business development efforts, including wireless licensing, in Europe and Latin America. Mr. Gallegos has an MBA in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School and an undergraduate liberal arts degree in Economics from Columbia University.