Hui Wen Chan is the impact analytics and planning officer at the Citi Foundation. She is responsible for measuring and tracking portfolio performance and impact to support the foundation's grants planning process. Chan has prior work experience in both the private and nonprofit sectors. Before joining Citi Foundation, she advised clients across a variety of industries at Sagent Advisors, Inc. and Mercer Management Consulting (now Oliver Wyman Group). She also served as a Program Officer for the William J. Clinton Foundation's pediatric HIV/AIDS program in Beijing, China. Most recently, she was a Harvard Business School Leadership Fellow and associate director at the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, focused on strategic planning and business development. Chan graduated with honors from Harvard College with a bachelor's degree in Economics. She also holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, where she focused her studies on social enterprise and impact investing.
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NextBillion.net | Can Anything Good Come Out of Playing Poverty? · 1 hour ago
Sure Shawn, how would I decline the privilege? Any theme you'd like me to tackle?
NextBillion.net | Can Anything Good Come Out of Playing Poverty? · 2 hours ago
Hey John. Thanks for the comment and sorry for the delay in reply. Yes, I agree. Poverty is a...
NextBillion.net | Can Anything Good Come Out of Playing Poverty? · 1 day ago
Got it Wilson. And, sorry for the delay in my reply. We have designed a web-based app that will...
Wilson, you fertilize Shawn's poverty intervention model so well with the concept of leveraging...
NextBillion.net | Can Anything Good Come Out of Playing Poverty? · 5 days ago