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Chrissy Martin
U.S. Global Development Lab

Chrissy Martin is a senior digital finance advisor at the U.S. Global Development Lab. She has experience delivering products and projects that built out inclusive markets in the private, public and nonprofit sectors. She currently works on USAID’s Digital Financial Services Team within the U.S. Global Development Lab, where she focuses on how to accelerate the agency’s agricultural, humanitarian assistance, and off-grid energy goals through digital payments and financial services. Previously, she was the consumer experience manager for Zoona, a social enterprise expanding mobile payments in Africa through a customer-centric business model. She has experience developing, launching and scaling digital financial services in Uganda, Nicaragua, Afghanistan and Tanzania, and managed the launch of the first mobile money product in Haiti while working at the mobile network operator Digicel. She earned degrees in international affairs and business from The Fletcher School at Tufts University and the University of Virginia.

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