Nejla Saula is the Deputy Head of the Sherpa Office and Global Governance Unit in the Office of the Secretary–General.
In this capacity, she helps advance the OECD visibility in the G20, the G7 and APEC and leverage these fora as platforms to share the OECD's work, analysis and instruments to deal with issues of global systemic challenges. She is also managing the OECD’s efforts to enhance its global anticorruption and integrity agenda and follow up on the outcomes of the UK Anticorruption Summit.
Before, as a policy advisor in the team since 2012, she coordinated the contributions of the OECD to the G20 anticorruption agenda. She also supported the OECD’s participation in the G7 Deauville Partnership and coordinated the design of capacity building project proposals for the Transition Fund.
Nejla has a Bilingual Master I of European Law from the University of Paris Ouest, as well as a Juris Doctor from American University Washington College of Law. She is a member of the New York State Bar.