Julia Arnold
Financial Inclusion Consultant

Julia Arnold is a financial inclusion consultant.  Most recently she led research on financial capability at the Center for Financial Inclusion, where she analyzed the landscape of financial capability interventions aimed at low-income consumers around the world.

Previously, Arnold was a research fellow at New America Foundation where she investigated the potential of mobile financial services for youth in developing countries.  Ms Arnold also led research for Grameen Foundation’s Microsavings Initiative on mobile financial services among female clients in India.  She has authored numerous publications, including articles in the MIT Innovations Journal and New Pathways out of Poverty, and authored papers for the Center for Financial Inclusion, New America Foundation and Grameen Foundation.

She holds a Master’s degree in International Development from American University and a B.A. in International Affairs from Lewis and Clark College.


Articles by Julia Arnold