Delia Velculescu

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According to Wikipedia, Delia Velculescu is a Romanian-American economist and the IMF mission chief in Greece during the Greek government debt crisis, before her replacement by Peter Dolman in 2018. She was born Delia Moraru in the city of Sibiu, in Transylvania, Romania. As a young student, she was taught in physics by future Romanian President Klaus Iohannis at Gheorghe Lazăr National College in Sibiu. In 1992, she earned a scholarship to study economics at Wilson College, Pennsylvania, in the United States. She later earned an MSc and a PhD from Johns Hopkins University. While at Johns Hopkins, she met her husband, Victor Velculescu, professor of oncology.

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