Elizabeth is a financial consultant trainee and a team member of CDC and Associates. She has developed knowledge and expertise in the areas of research, financial management and strategy development. She has gained experience working on different assignments relating to financial institutions, Associations and Small and Medium Enterprises.
Elizabeth gained experience as a consultant while working as a project intern under the Microfinance Companies Capacity Improvement Project (MICCIP) where she has supported in the research in the financial services sector; development of training; institutional diagnostics; data analysis and financial report analysis.
At CDC, Elizabeth has supported on assignments such as the MSME resilience study; institutional diagnostics of financial institutions; Board evaluation; the Technical Conference Series (TCS) among others. She has also played a critical role on the team as a data analysis personnel where she has analysed data received on training needs assessments, training evaluations and pre and post-training assessments. etc. Elizabeth has also actively participated in the development of data collection instruments, analyses and reporting in the Financial Inclusion sector. She is focused on supporting Entrepreneurship, Youth and Women Development.
Elizabeth is building a career in Financial and Project Management as she believes these two (2) disciplines will help create sustainable value for all stakeholders in the fields of Financial Inclusion and Social Growth in the sub-Saharan region.
Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Ghana, Legon and is currently pursuing a professional qualification with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).