A nearly 10-year veteran of the BOP business space, Beth Jenkins is a fellow of the Harvard Kennedy School's CSR Initiative, a consultant to IFC’s Corporate Advice Department, and an advisor to UNDP’s Growing Inclusive Markets Initiative. Beth previously directed the CSR Initiative’s Economic Opportunity Program, analyzing, documenting, and disseminating inclusive business activity together with partners such as the International Finance Corporation, United Nations Development Programme, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, and NGOs and companies around the world. Earlier in her career, she was responsible for developing and disseminating risk management concepts and capabilities at Booz,Allen,Hamilton, with special emphasis on the strategic risks companies face as a result of social, environmental, and international development issues. She also spent five years working on base-of-the-pyramid business models in the information & communications technology and housing sectors at the World Resources Institute and Ashoka. She is a graduate of Yale University and the Harvard Kennedy School.
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