Boulder Institute of Microfinance and Sustainable Development Board of Directors
In addition to academic excellence, the Members of the Boulder Institute of Microfinance and Sustainable Development Board of Directors have a solid base of experience in the field.
Robert Peck Christen: President / Board Member, currently holds the position of Professor of Practice in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. He has worked in more than forty countries as a consultant to governments, banks, and providers of microfinance services. In addition, he has worked as Director of Financial Services to the Poor at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and as a Senior Consultant for Consultative Group to assist the Poor (CGAP) and the World Bank.
Consuelo Muñoz Araya: Vice-President / Board Member, worked ten years in agricultural, rural, and indigenous community development in Latin America. She has been a consultant for governments and multilateral organizations.
Sousan Urroz-Korori: Vice-President / Board Member, was Director of the Center for World Banking and Finance at the Economics Institute in Boulder, Colorado and Director of the Center for Women Economics Advancement through Entrepreneurship and Higher Education. Since 1998, she has been Senior Faculty at the Leeds School of Business of the Universtity of Colorado at Boulder.
Marguerite Robinson: Board Member, worked in rural and tribal zones, and in poor urban areas in Asia. She was Advisor to the Housing Ministry of Indonesia and to the Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI), and has worked in other countries evaluating governments, banks, donors, and other entities.
Richard Rosenberg: Board Member, works as a Consultant in political and investigational themes at the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP) and possesses more than twenty years of experience in Microfinance in many countries around the world.