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[liberationtech] Fwd: Microfinance and Social Entrepreneurship: Coming to Stanford

Terry Winograd winograd at
Fri Feb 13 17:35:01 PST 2009

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From: Erika Juday Basu <ebasu at>
Date: Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 3:38 PM
Subject: [dschool-teachingteams] Microfinance and Social
Entrepreneurship: Coming to Stanford
To: dschool-alumni <dschool-alumni at>,
dschool-students <dschool-students at>,
dschool-teachingteams <dschool-teachingteams at>

>From our friend Heather Bischel, a graduate of Extreme Affordability...


Hello all,

Next Tuesday, February 17, Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW)
will be hosting a speaker from, the world's first
peer-to-peer micro-lending website. This event will be an excellent
opportunity for anyone interested in microfinance, social
entrepreneurship, or service work in the developing world to learn
more about what has been one of the most successful (and well-known)
ideas integrating those three fields. Please see the speaker bio and
flyer below for more information, and we hope to see you all there!


Speaker Information:

As Kiva Fellows Program Director, J.D. Bergeron leads Kiva's efforts
to create meaningful and productive involvement for volunteers who
will serve as the new generation of microfinance professionals. He
brings over twelve years of broad organizational and program
development experience. Prior to Kiva, he was Director of Resource
Development at ACCION International, a microfinance industry innovator
since 1961. Prior to ACCION, he served with the U.S. Peace Corps in
the economically disadvantaged border region of Bulgaria, Turkey and
Greece. He has served in senior roles in a number of young
organizations, both in the corporate and not-for-profit sectors. JD
holds a BA in Russian Language and Comparative Literature from
Washington University in Saint Louis.

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