Empowering Women through Microeconomic Development

Hear the story of how a savings-led microfinance program for women was developed and learn how you can implement similar community projects built on trust and social capital. We’ll develop a simple business plan together that you can use for yourself or to train communities you work with — offering tangible opportunities to share Christ’s love with people around the world.

: December 31, 3:15 pm
: ICC 134-135
Diana Kimani

Diana Kimani is the Director of the MA Development Studies Program at William Carey International University. She has over 20 years of working experience with 15 years spent in teaching and research at different universities and colleges in Africa and the U.S. Diana holds a PhD in Economics, a Master of Arts in Economics, and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Mathematics. Her research interests are in development, poverty, and women empowerment. Her personal teaching goal is to help students discover themselves and become polished professionals who can change the world.

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