Celina Lee

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Celina leads the i2i facility from a position of deep-seated excitement about all things data  from statistical analysis and measurement frameworks to data mining and GIS. She has dedicated her career to finding ways to collect, analyse and use data for better decision-making and to enhance people's lives. Celina joined i2i from the world of independent consulting. Before that, she headed up monitoring and evaluation work at the Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI), where she led the development of the core set of financial inclusion indicators. Celina has worked with various actors in the financial inclusion space, including central banks, microfinance associations, international development partners, multilateral institutions and non-profits.

 

Celina has worked and lived in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. In addition to financial inclusion, Celina also has experience in micro and small enterprise development, market system development, climate change, gender and public health. Celina holds a bachelor of science in applied mathematics and a master's in international affairs in policy and economic analysis, both from Columbia University in New York.

 

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Celina Lee

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Celina leads the i2i facility from a position of deep-seated excitement about all things data  from statistical analysis and measurement frameworks to data mining and GIS. She has dedicated her career to finding ways to collect, analyse and use data for better decision-making and to enhance people's lives. Celina joined i2i from the world of independent consulting. Before that, she headed up monitoring and evaluation work at the Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI), where she led the development of the core set of financial inclusion indicators. Celina has worked with various actors in the financial inclusion space, including central banks, microfinance associations, international development partners, multilateral institutions and non-profits.

 

Celina has worked and lived in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. In addition to financial inclusion, Celina also has experience in micro and small enterprise development, market system development, climate change, gender and public health. Celina holds a bachelor of science in applied mathematics and a master's in international affairs in policy and economic analysis, both from Columbia University in New York.

 

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Twitter: @celina_i2i

LinkedIn: Celina Lee

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