Microfinance has become a part of many development projects around the world, and it has inspired a host of new services for the poor, including microcredit and microinsurance.
Working on such projects are a variety of organizations, from microfinance institutions and networks to philanthropic funders and investors, as well as policy and consulting groups.
To describe the breath of employers working in microfinance, we asked Camilla Nestor, a seasoned expert in the field who serves as the Grameen Foundation’s vice president of financial services. Her answer is part of a Devex career webinar entitled ”Ask the Grameen Foundation: International careers in microfinance.”
Watch Nestor’s short answer by clicking the video above, and check out the full webinar recording as well.