Sharolyn Arnett
William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan

Sharolyn Arnett is the program manager for Executive Education at the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan. She manages the development and delivery of educational programs for executives, mid-level managers, and entrepreneurs in emerging markets. Before joining WDI in January 2007, she worked as the Education Coordinator in an inner-city church, and served two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in The Gambia, West Africa.

Articles by Sharolyn Arnett

  • Sharolyn Arnett

    More than Ceremony: In Rwanda, Reflections from the 10,000 Women Graduation

    I’ve returned to spend the week overseeing the preparation for the graduation of the eighth cohort of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Entrepreneur Certificate program. On July 27 (a Friday), Jeannette Kagame, the First Lady of Rwanda would be attending our ceremony as 29 women are awarded their certificate. We are honored that she is able to attend, and eager for her to not only celebrate with us the completion of an extensive, nine-module, 31-day training program, but also to see what an amazing group comprise the 10,000 Women Rwanda graduates.

    financial inclusion
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