Graham Macmillan is the Senior Program Officer for Financial Inclusion at the Citi Foundation. Citi’s financial inclusion efforts are focused on bringing formal banking products and services to the more than two billion people worldwide that are unbanked. Previously, he managed the Foundation’s Microfinance and Enterprise Development portfolios. Prior to Citi, Graham was Senior Director of VisionSpring, a social enterprise selling consumer products to promote economic development. Graham is a member of the Executive Committee of the Aspen Network for Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) and on the Board of Directors of the Global Syndicate. He received his BA from Colby College, MSc from NYU Wagner, and MBA through a joint program at NYU Stern, London School of Economics and HEC Paris School of Management.
Hui Wen Chanis 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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