TechnoServe

TechnoServe's Young Women in Enterprise (YWE) program is equipping adolescent girls in the slums of Nairobi with the skills and support they need to build successful businesses and transform their lives.

TechnoServe
1 Mechanic Street
Norwalk, CT 06850
United States
203-852-0377
http://www.technoserve.org

President and CEO

Bruce McNamer

Management Team

Jim Nehmer, Chief Financial Officer, Simon Winter, Senior Vice President, Development null, Eduardo Alemeida, Vice President and Regional Director for Latin America, Sandra Jetton, Vice President and Regional Director for Africa, David Browning, Vice President, Coffee Initiative, Stacey Daves-Ohlin, General Counsel and Director Human Resources

Board of Directors

http://www.technoserve.org/who_we_are/our_team/BoardofDirectorsandAdvisoryCouncil.aspx null, Jim Nehmer, Chief Financial Officer, Simon Winter, Senior Vice President, Development null, Eduardo Alemeida, Vice President and Regional Director for Latin America, Sandra Jetton, Vice President and Regional Director for Africa, David Browning, Vice President, Coffee Initiative, Stacey Daves-Ohlin, General Counsel and Director Human Resources

Project Leaders

Jessica Joye

Mission

TechnoServe's Young Women in Enterprise (YWE) program is equipping adolescent girls in the slums of Nairobi with the skills and support they need to build successful businesses and transform their lives.

Programs

TechnoServe focuses its efforts in three primary areas: Raising Farmers' Incomes: We empower farmers with knowledge and tools to increase the quality of their crops, to access wider markets and reinvest their incomes to improve their farms. Empowering Entrepreneurs: We identify promising entrepreneurs and help them establish and expand businesses that generate economic opportunities for the poor. Developing Industries: We work with a range of stakeholders to spur growth of key sectors.

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