MARSHALL MICROFINANCE ASSOCIATION presents:
Microfinance Speakers Event: Pathways Out of Poverty
This Wednesday, November 11 at the Galen Center’s Founders Room.
Come and Support the 1st Student Focused Microfinance Conference Here on Campus!
USC Student (w/ID): FREE
non-USC Student: $20
10a – 12p: SPEAKERS PANEL
12 -1p: NETWORKING/RECRUITING
Founder, Microcredit Summit Campaign and RESULTS
Microcredit Summit Campaign brings together microcredit practitioners, advocates, educational institutions, donor agencies, international financial institutions, non-governmental organizations and others involved with microcredit to promote best practices in the field, to stimulate the interchanging of knowledge, and to work towards reaching our goals.
RESULTS, an international citizens’ lobby dedicated to creating the political will to end hunger and poverty. There are 100 RESULTS groups in the U.S. and 40 more in six other countries.
Daley-Harris received The Temple Award for Creative Altruism from the Institute of Noetic Sciences (1995), the Caring Award from the Caring Institute (1997), the Innovator Award from the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University (2003), the Elliott Black Award from the American Ethical Union (2003), and the Susan M. Davis Lifetime Achievement Award from the Grameen Foundation (2007).
Professor of Clinical Management and Organization at the Marshall School of Business
Director, Society and Business Lab
Chairman of the Board of Directors, Opportunity International
Deputy CFO, MicroCredit Enterprises
Vice President, Program Development for Freedom from Hunger
Topics that will be discussed:
– Scale and Commercialization
– Technology in Microfinance
There are LIMITED SPOTS open for this event, please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org