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Mark Coffey
Global Partnerships

Mark oversees Global Partnerships’ (GP) social investment funds, directing both the capitalization of GP investment funds and the lending of capital to GP’s microfinance, cooperative, and social enterprise partners. Prior to his work at Global Partnerships, he served as President of ShoreBank Pacific, the first commercial bank in the United States with a focus on environmentally sustainable community development. Mark has more than 25 years of experience in banking and lending, including serving in executive roles at Homestead Capital, Bank of the Northwest, First Interstate Securities and First Interstate Bank of Texas. An active community member, Mark served as a member of the Board of Directors of BRAC Bank, a development bank known for its work with small business lending in Bangladesh, as a representative to the Board of BRAC Bank Afghanistan, and on the Board of Directors of XacBank, a microfinance bank in Mongolia. Mark is fluent in Spanish and has significant humanitarian volunteer and business experience in Latin America. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Brigham Young University and a Master’s Degree from Rice University.

 

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