Kim Kerry-Tyerman is a volunteer for Grameen Foundation's Bankers without Borders® initiative, based in Ghana and Kenya for eight weeks to help the BwB team develop relationships with local organizations (companies, associations, microfinance clubs and institutions of higher education) there. A graduate student in public policy at Mills College in Oakland, CA, Kim is a former Am
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Grameen Foundation founder, President and CEO Alex Counts is in the beginning phase of working on a new book on microfinance in Haiti, focusing in particular on the country's best-known microfinance institution, Fonkoze.
What does it take to design and create savings products that are useful and safe for poor people?
Sandra Fernandez is a Social Media Intern for Grameen Foundation.
Georgina Allen is a marketing and communications intern, based in our Seattle office.