Ann Hutchins is a licensed Financial Coach (ACC, CFC). Her almost 30 years of experience as a securities analyst and portfolio manager – combined with her passion for financial literacy – are unique in the world of coaching.
David’s career has largely focused on the intersection of business, job creation, and information technologies. He is currently the Senior Director, Strategy and Impact at TechSoup Global and also consults to organizations leveraging market-based approaches to addressing poverty.
Prof. Deborah Burand directs the International Transactions Clinic that she cofounded at the Law School in 2008. She writes and lectures on issues related to international finance, microfinance and microfranchise, impact investing and social finance innovations.
Kim Wilson has worked in microfinance for two decades, first as a practitioner with Working Capital, which won the Presidential Award for Excellence, and then later as an advisor and consultant to various international organizations.
Sheila Leatherman is a research professor at the School of Global Public Health, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She conducts research and policy analysis focusing on quality of care, health systems reform and community health interventions for poverty reduction.
Dr. Gabriela Salvador is the senior director of microfinance and health protection at Freedom from Hunger. She has more than 15 years of experience working as a medical doctor and public health practitioner, designing and implementing high impact health programs for very low-income women and children around the world.