5 Before joining ideas42, Fishbane was the managing director and a founding executive of Deworm the World, which she helped grow from zero to serving 35 million children annually by scaling school deworming programs with government partners. Prior to that, she was the Latin America director and founding Mexico country director for Innovations for Poverty Action, where she developed and implemented randomized evaluations reaching over 375,000 low-income families. Fishbane was also a senior director at City Year, where she led the design and business planning process to create a new secondary school for underserved youth. Alissa serves on two World Economic Forum committees: the Global Future Council on Behavioral Science and the Human- Centric Health Steering Committee. She is also an affiliate for the Nudge4 Solutions Lab at the University of Virginia, which creates and rigorously evaluates solutions to some of our society’s biggest challenges and then scales evidence-based strategies. Fishbane graduated with honors in political economy from the University of California, Berkeley and has a master’s in public policy from the Harvard Kennedy School. Tracy Garcia, MetLife Foundation Tracy Garcia is the assistant vice president and head of MetLife Foundation for Latin America. Garcia is charged with developing and managing a multi-million dollar grant- making portfolio that seeks to dramatically improve the quality of life for low-income individuals and families across the region. She is also responsible for the management of Fundación MetLife, MetLife’s Mexico Foundation, to ensure its alignment with the overall mission and vision of MetLife Foundation. Prior to joining MetLife Foundation, Garcia was a development specialist with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) focusing on measuring the development impact associated with the IDB’s Structured and Corporate Finance private sector projects. She helped design Shared Value Programs, strategies that create value and address business problems through inclusive community business models for transportation, manufacturing and agribusiness clients. Garcia also worked at the International Finance Corporation where she served as the liaison for the Manufacturing, Agribusiness, and Services Department to help measure project development results. Garcia holds a Master of Arts degree in international business and international environmental policy from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Williams College. April Hawkins, MetLife Foundation April Hawkins is an assistant vice president of MetLife Foundation, which has a global focus on financial inclusion. She is responsible for developing strategy and overseeing contributions and involvement in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. She also oversees global volunteering and employee engagement. Hawkins’ previous grantmaking roles focused on neighborhood revitalization and youth development. Prior to joining MetLife Foundation, she was part of MetLife’s Issues Management department where she researched and analyzed policy issues affecting the financial services industry. She is a member of ABFE (Association of Black Foundation Executives) and the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy Service for Impact Working Group. Hawkins received a B.A. in history from Yale University. Sonja Kelly, Accion Sonja E. Kelly is director of research at the Center for Financial Inclusion at Accion. Kelly conducts and facilitates financial inclusion research at CFI, directing the CFI Fellows Program, developing frameworks to understand critical concepts like financial health and financial capability, and facilitating the Global Microscope research. She serves as research lead on many topics related to financial inclusion. In her own research and work, Kelly focuses on regulation and policy, the role of banks in financial inclusion, and especially vulnerable populations. Kelly has a doctorate in international relations from American University, where her dissertation focused on financial inclusion policy and regulation. She has previously worked at the World Bank, the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor and Opportunity International. Kelly is currently a member of the board of directors of People Reaching People, and has held volunteer positions as president of the Washington, DC, chapter of Women Advancing Microfinance, and as president of the steering committee for Northwest Chicago Young Life. Françoise Lamotte, MetLife Françoise Lamotte joined MetLife in 2015 as senior vice president, head of direct distribution and digital for the EMEA region. In this role, she oversees the growth and profitability of the fast-growing EMEA direct businesses, selling and servicing products to consumers both through sponsorship agreements and directly in over 15 countries; and is in charge of leading the digital strategy and transformation for the region. She is a member of EMEA’s executive leadership team. She has more than two decades worth of experience in the financial services industry, both in transformational business leadership as well as P&L management, focused on direct distribution, digital and innovation. She has worked in Japan, the U.S. and Europe, before joining MetLife in Dubai. She is a graduate from ESSEC Business and earned a master’s in business administration degree from MIT Sloan School of Management.