Board member Micheline Ntiru has an extensive working experience spanning two decades with private sector, international NGOs, and development finance leaders such as Care International, the International Finance Corporation, and Nokia. Her roles have included leading and managing teams worldwide. She has also led policy development and programme design and evaluation in agribusiness, education, health, and youth empowerment.
Micheline is currently focusing on SME development, impact investment, and financial inclusion. Her areas of interest in board governance include programme strategy and impact, financial management, global operations, and technological efficiency.
Micheline has an MBA from the University of Cambridge (UK), a Master’s degree in Nutrition and Public from Tufts University, Boston (USA), and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Mount Holyoke College (USA). She is fluent in French, Swahili, Portuguese, and Spanish among other languages.