The popular instant credit system could be a powerful tool to help Asia’s unbanked establish credit, open bank accounts and otherwise reap the benefits of the formal financial system.
Sarah Corley is also the Divisional Director at Digital Frontiers where she heads the Community and Professional Development Division. She has over 20 years experience in capacity building, organizational development, strategy, and transformation.
She founded the Alliance of Digital Finance Associations and supported the development of more than 15 national digital finance associations in Africa and Asia. She coordinates continuous professional development activities for digital finance practitioners such as webinars, and communities of practice and created the Pathway to 17 Summit, a three-day virtual event focusing on capacity to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
She is passionate about developing local capacity to implement the changes needed for greater inclusion. She has an MA in HR Management, BSc in Psychology, and a Certified Digital Finance Practitioner (CDFP).
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