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Education, Honors & Awards
MBA- Economics- Duke University- The Fuqua School of Business, 1998; Master- Anthropology- VU University Amsterdam, 1991; Master- Economics- University of Groningen, 1991
Madeleine is the Director and Founder AYANI BV, an enterprise development company managing developing and emerging countries. She has over 20 years of experience in economics and is managing Global Impacting Projects. She has worked with multilateral organizations such as the United Nations and the World Bank, as well as NGOs, corporate clients and governments. Madeleine is an Global Executive Director and Entrepreneur who has proven strengths in Woman Leadership and has acted as a Development Advocate in emerging nations and post war societies. She is a Microfinance Expert skilled in Economic Impact Analyst; Emerging Markets, International Development, Economics, Program Management, and her expertise on most aspects of inclusive financial sector development, including institutional development and interim management of MFIs and SME lenders, due diligence of financial institutions serving lower-market income segments and large-scale program evaluations, sector studies and rural finance. Madeleine has a cross cultural expanse of experience she is originally from the Netherlands, and has lived in Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Lesotho, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Zimbabwe, Pakistan and Georgia. She is a visionary who believes in creating economic impact for women world wide by staying objectively focused, educating and improving women's skills education and access to entrepreneurial development and incorporating solar and water self sustaining solutions to increase income and have high impact of economic growth.