Tell me one place in the world where Indians are not succeeding. IMF or the International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Gita Gopinath is an India born Harvard economist.
Gita’s story is a very inspiring story in itself. She’s not just a well read economist. But she’s a very influential person as well.
In this blog, we’ll learn about Gita Gopinath’s biography. We’ll see what all has she been through and how she managed to come out of all the difficulties in her life.
So without further ado, let’s get started about International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Gita Gopinath’s life history.
Gita is one of those economists who focuses on macroeconomics and International finance. She understands the economics of all the countries on her tips. And due to such a deep understanding of economics of all these countries, she was offered this role.
Gita Gopinath Family
International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Gita Gopinath was born on 8th December, 1971 in Mysore city of Karnataka state, India. Gita’s father is T.V. Gopinath and mother is V.C. Vijayalakshmi. Her zodiac sign is Sagittarius and she belongs to a Hindu family.
Gita Gopinath Education
She pursued BA from Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi in 1992. And before that, she came from a Public school who’s name is not known yet.
In 1994, today’s International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Gita Gopinath took admission in Delhi School of Economics (DSE) in M.A. (Economics). After that, she went to the USA to study M.A. from University of Washington in 1996. Later on, she went to Princeton University to pursue her Ph.D in 2001.
Gita Gopinath Relationship & Affair
Although, there is very little known about Gita Gopinath, but whatever little do we know, we’ll share it. Gita Gopinath is married to Iqbal Singh Dhaliwal. Her husband works at Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab as an Executive Director. Along with this, his department has also been associated with the Department of Economics. And today, both Gita and husband Iqbal are blessed with a baby boy.
Gita Gopinath Physical Appearance
Gita is a brown and slim woman who likes to keep her hair open. She can be seen wearing western dresses and suits. There are going to be some very rare moments when she can be seen wearing anything Indian.
International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Gita Gopinath’s height is 5 feet and 6 inches. This means that she’s a fairly tall woman. She weighs somewhere around 60 kilograms only. Keeping her height to weight ratio in mind, she’s well maintained herself.
Gita Gopinath Net Worth
Wel, the International Monetary Fund Chief Economist is itself a big position. And Gita does have made a good fortune in her life. Although, very little is known if she does anything outside the International Monetary Fund. But, as of 2018, her net value is estimated at around USD 800,000.
Gita Gopinath Facts
Although, very little is known about Gita Gopinath, but all the rare and almost unknown facts have been concluded in this part of the blog.
Gita Gopinath is the co-editor at the American Economic Review. She’s also been listed on number 25 in top 45 economist list by the International Monetary Fund.
She has also been elected as a fellow by The American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2018.
Along with this, she has also been the economic advisor to Kerala Chief Minister as well. It’s a big achievement for her as an elected member of a state has chosen Gita over other major economists of the state.
She has also been the co-Director of the International Finance and Economics program by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, United States.
In 2011, International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Gita Gopinath was honored by the World Economic Forum as the Young Leader of 2011. She has been an inspiration to many students around the world. With such an aspiring story and life, Gita Gopinath has certainly shown that persistence and hard work definitely leads to success in life.
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