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Compliance Review Panel Members

CRP members are appointed by the Board of Directors upon the recommendation of the Board of Compliance Review Committee in consultation with the President.

Elisea "Bebet" G. Gozun, Chair

The Board approved the appointment of Ms. Elisea G. Gozun as full-time member for a 5-year term. Her appointment is effective 25 November 2019.

Bebet Gozun is a national of the Philippines. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts from Southwestern University, Philippines. She has extensive experience in environmental policy review and analysis gained largely from alternating between roles in the government and undertaking environmental consultancy projects with IFIs and private sector companies for most of her career. Her most notable executive public sector experience was as Secretary of Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR, Philippines) from 2002 to 2004. She was also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS, Philippines) from 2013 to 2016. She founded Earth Day and served as the Chairperson of Earth Day Network in the Philippines from 2004 to 2010. Due to the extent of her contributions in the field of environmental policy and management, she was conferred two honorary Doctorate Degrees in Environmental Management from Xavier University and Ramon Magsaysay Technological University. In her most recent role as Policy Analysis/Climate Resiliency Expert in Tractebel Inc., she assessed policies and institutional factors affecting aquatic and marine ecosystems, settlements, infrastructures, key livelihoods and industries. Prior to her consultancy work in Tractebel Inc., she worked with The World Bank Institute and The World Bank – Manila on different consultancy projects since 1991.

Vaideeswaran Sankaran, Panel Member

The Board approved the appointment of Mr. Vaideeswaran Sankaran as part-time member for a 5-year term. His appointment is effective 25 August 2022.

Mr. Sankaran, a national of India, has worked in the fields of environment, climate change, and corporate sustainability over the last 25 years. He acquired and shared his expertise across different development sectors (transport, urban, rural, agriculture, disaster, and energy) and contributed through various cross-functional teams. He has engaged with developing country Governments, multilateral agencies (World Bank, Asian Development Bank, and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank), bilateral agencies, NGOs, educational & research institutions, and grassroots-level community groups. He has delivered assignments in South Asia, East Asia, Central Asia, and Africa. Vaideesh has executed consulting assignments with many large corporates in primary and secondary industry sectors. Combining this work experience with his multidisciplinary educational background in civil engineering and economics, he brings an integrated, global perspective that he has gainfully employed in developing policy, addressing institutional issues, and facilitating investments towards the overall goal of environmentally sustainable development.

Inbal Djalovski, Panel Member

In February 2024, the Board approved the appointment of Inbal Djalovski as a part-time member of the Compliance Review Panel for a five-year term. Her appointment is effective 1 April 2024.

Ms. Djalovski, a national of Portugal, is a legal professional with a wealth of experience in both domestic and international law, specialised in international and internal investigations, human rights, ethics and accountability. Ms. Djalovski serves as an Independent Expert Panel Member for the Independent Complaints Mechanism of three European development banks (DEG, FMO and Proparco). In this capacity, Ms. Djalovski leads complex cases through compliance review and dispute resolution concerning allegations of harm related to private sector projects financed by DEG, FMO and Proparco. Ms. Djalovski served as a Prosecution Lawyer at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. Her work spans multiple complex international investigations of war crimes and crimes against humanity, as well as courtroom litigation of a case concerning an elaborate witness corruption scheme. She served as a member of the ICC’s Disciplinary Advisory Board, advising on disciplinary measures in cases of staff misconduct, fraud and harassment. Previously, Ms. Djalovski served as a legal advisor to senior judges at the ICTY and ICTR Appeals Chamber, and as gender equality and Sexual and Gender-Based Violence focal point in different contexts. Ms. Djalovski is a graduate of INSEAD (Executive MBA), Columbia Law School (LLM, with honors) and Tel-Aviv University (LLB, magna cum laude). She is an Accredited Mediator, a certified Global Sanctions Specialist and SEAH Safeguarding Investigations expert.