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Tasmia Rahman and Paroma Afsara Husain
BRAC Social Innovation Lab and BRAC Microfinance

Tasmia Rahman is a deputy manager with the BRAC Social Innovation Lab. She has been working with BRAC’s social innovation lab in Bangladesh since 2012. She leads the BRAC Innovation Fund for Mobile Money initiative, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and is also involved in Doing While Learning, a research project analysing how social innovations scale across South Asia. Prior to joining BRAC, Tasmia worked with the Microinsurance Centre and EA Consultants on projects focused on developing affordable microinsurance products for the bottom-of-the-pyramid market. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Government, and International Relations from Lawrence University.

 

 

 

Paroma Afsara Husain is a management professional at BRAC Microfinance. She has been working with BRAC in Bangladesh since April 2012 and has worked in multiple areas including project management, data analysis, and research. She’s currently working with the Research and Development Unit and the Social Innovation Lab. She leads a data analytics initiative, work on the financial diaries project and is also involved in the BRAC Innovation Fund for Mobile Money initiative, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Paroma holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Dhaka University.

 

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