Grameen America Miami

LAST UPDATED: October 14, 2018
Health & Human Services
Founded by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus, Grameen America is a nonprofit microfinance organization dedicated to helping entrepreneurial women who live in poverty build businesses to enable financial mobility. A nationally certified Community Development Financial Institution, Grameen America provides affordable capital, credit-building, free savings accounts, and financial education to enable program participants to boost their income, build assets, enter the mainstream financial system, and create jobs in their communities. The fastest growing microfinance organization in the U.S., Grameen America has provided more than $1 billion dollars in small business loans to over 107,000 low-income women. Grameen America launched its Miami program in December 2017, and has made great strides in reaching women entrepreneurs across the city. At the end of our inaugural year in Miami, we will have empowered 500 women entrepreneurs and grow to nearly 4,000 members by our 5th year.
150 West 30th Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10001

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BOARD

Professor Muhammad Yunus
Founder, Grameen Bank
Michael D. Granoff
Founder and CEO, Pomona Capital
Antonia Hernández
President and CEO, California Community Foundation
Vidar Jorgensen
Vice Chairman, World Health Care Congress
Andrea Jung
President and CEO, Grameen America
Hope Knight
CEO, Greater Jamaica Development Corporation
H.I. Latifee
Managing Director, Grameen Trust
Mahmoud Mamdani
Vice Chairman, Morgan Stanley
John F. Megrue
CEO, Apax Partners, L.P.
Karen Pritzker
President, Seedlings Foundation

STAFF

Andrea Jung
President and Chief Executive Officer
Mindee Barham
Vice President of Development
Nurul Kabir
Southeast Regional Director
Vivian Diaz
Miami Branch Manager

Financials

This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.

ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET
$17,198,000