Antonique Koning is the CGAP Gender Lead. Antonique has over 20 years of experience working on a range of topics related to microfinance and financial inclusion, with special expertise in consumer protection and responsible finance, customer centricity and customer empowerment.
Yasmin Bin-Humam is a CGAP Financial Sector Specialist and also serves as focal point for CGAP’s gender research and mainstreaming. Four years ago she launched FinEquity, and continues to serve as its program manager.
Catherine Highet leads the Digitally-Enabled Financial Inclusion learning theme at FinEquity. Catherine has also consulted for several digital development partners in the public and private sector including IREX, Mozilla, and Souktel.
Nisha Singh, FinEquity's Gender-Transformative Solutions Thematic Lead. She has over 17 years of experience promoting access to finance and financial market systems development, with a focus on women’s economic empowerment and inclusion.
Jennifer Ferreri is the Impact Pathways Thematic Lead at FinEquity. She has over 15 years of experience in financial sector development, including financial inclusion, savings groups, and digital financial services, among other areas.
Shameran Abed is Senior Director of BRAC's Microfinance and Ultra-Poor Graduation programmes. BRAC’s microfinance programme serves more than 8 million clients in seven countries in Asia and Africa, with total assets exceeding USD 3.5 billion.
Nandini Harihareswara is Senior Advisor & Lead Focal Point on Gender Equality for UNCDF’s IDE division. She formerly worked as the UNCDF Digital Finance Regional Technical Specialist in Zambia and Malawi.
Mary Ellen Iskenderian is President and CEO of Women’s World Banking, the global nonprofit devoted to giving low-income women in the developing world access to the financial tools and resources they require to achieve security and prosperity.