Overview

  • Organization TypeInvestment & Finance
  • Staff1001-5000
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded1990
Pro Mujer was founded in 1990 in El Alto, Bolivia, by two visionary leaders, Lynne Patterson and Carmen Velasco, who believed that given the right opportunities, women can become powerful agents of change. From a pioneering experiment in micro-lending, Pro Mujer has become one of Latin America’s leading women’s development organizations. Its integrated approach offers access to finance, health and educational services. These are delivered in supportive social spaces that foster community building and equip them with education and tools to take on the challenges they face daily. Vision A Latin America where all women thrive. Mission To empower underserved women to realize their full potential.

Where is Pro Mujer
Jobs0
    Location of open jobs

    Careers

    Job openings over the past year

    38Total posted jobs

    Examples of past jobs

    • Intern, Strategic Partnerships Alliances
      United States
    • Director of Financial Services
      Mexico, Peru, Bolivia

    Staff at Pro Mujer have experience in

    Sectors

    • development
    • microfinance
    • project support
    • private sector development
    • monitoring / evaluation

    Countries

    • bolivia
    • india
    • nicaragua
    • mexico
    • argentina

    Skills

    • managerial experience
    • business development
    • experience in recruitment
    • international experience
    • with experience in conflict areas

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    Company Offices
    • United States (headquarters)
    • New York City
    • 125 Maiden Lane, 9th Floor

    Experience

    Primary sectors

    Reproductive Health
    Events / Training
    Services
    Civil Rights
    Microfinance
    Health Systems
    Infectious Disease
    Teachers
    Credit
    Capacity Building