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Erin Scronce and Camilo Tellez-Merchan
CGAP

Erin Scronce joined CGAP in November of 2011 as marketing manager and website editor. She manages the CGAP corporate website, the organization’s social media channels and develops marketing plans for the launch of publications and other knowledge products.

 

Prior to working at CGAP, she spent four years atThe Brookings Institutionas an online communications specialist. Scronce holds a master’s degree in international economic relations fromThe American Universityin Washington, D.C., and a bachelor’s degree in international affairs fromFairfield University in Connecticut.

 

You can reach Erin on Twitter, @erinscronce.

 

 

 

Camilo Tellez-Merchan leads the work in Brazil for the Technology and Business Model Innovation Team. His research area focuses on the use of the digital payments infrastructure in sectors such as energy, water and health. Prior to joining CGAP, he was an analyst for the Mobile Money for the Unbanked (MMU) Programme at the GSM Association in London where he supported mobile network operators in the LAC region as they developed mobile financial services. He has also worked at theUN Economic Commission for Asia and the Pacificin Bangkok, and at Microsoft Labs in Bangalore where he conducted ICT4D research in the technology for emerging markets team.

 

He completed a prior appointment at the World Bank’s aid effectiveness unit as a Junior Professional Associate. He holds an MA in international relations and Latin American studies from theJohns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies SAIS, an MSc in information systems and economic development from theLondon School of Economics and Political Science,and a Diplome International from the Institut d’etudes politiques de Paris -Sciences Po.

 

You can reach him on Twitter,@Cam_Tellez.

 

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