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Sabina Rogers and Fred Stuart
MicroCredit Summit Campaign

Sabina Rogers (pictured)

 

Sabina Rogers is communications and relationships manager. In this role, she is responsible for the Campaign’s communications with members and the broader field, for engaging and mobilizing Council members, and for providing project management and coordination support for the Financing Healthier Lives project.

 

Previously, Sabina was program manager of the State of the Campaign Report, managing the collection of Institutional Action Plans (IAP) and data analysis as well as the Report compilation, publication, and launch process. She supervised the annual call campaign in which Campaign staff target the top 500 microfinance institutions (MFIs) to submit their IAP—through which members report annual data on their client portfolio and outreach to the poorest.

 

Sabina has 11 years international development experience both in the field and home office. As a senior program associate at the SEEP Network’s Member Services team, she made a direct impact on improving service to and increasing engagement of SEEP’s members and other practitioners through management of member-led working groups and the publications process. Work experience abroad includes leading community development and gender equity advocacy as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Togo and managing sports development and leadership training clinics for youth in Afghanistan with the Afghan Youth Sports Exchange.

 

Sabina is bilingual in English and French and holds an MS in Development Management from the School of International Service at American University and a BA in History with a minor in French from the Johns Hopkins University.

 

Fred Stuart

 

Fred has been working as a program intern for the MicroCredit Summit Campaign over the past few weeks. He has supported the campaign team in various capacities in preparation for the 17th Microcredit Summit. After his internship he plans to return to Australia to complete his finance and law degree at Australian National University, where he has been studying for four years. In Australia, Fred also works for a consulting organization, Noetic Group, whose clients include a variety of federal and state government departments and nonprofit organizations.

 

 

 

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