Managing Director, Center for Financial Inclusion
Elisabeth Rhyne is a co-creator of the Smart Campaign for client protection in microfinance.
As senior vice president of Accion from 2000-2008, Ms. Rhyne led Accion’s initial entry into Africa and India and directed the organization’s research efforts to develop new financial products and managed Accion’s publications and educational activities.
Now open! Click here to register. Tickets are free for University of Pennsylvania students, $5 for all other students and $10 for everyone else.
The inaugural Penn Microfinance Case Competition will allow teams to exercise their analytical skills and business knowledge to compete for the best solution to a social impact-related case study. Click here for more info.
Contact Aminat Musa, Conference Director