Wells Fargo has provided $7 million to Grameen America to empower women entrepreneurs across the country to start or grow their businesses.
Grameen America has named Daniel Delehanty as Chief Program and Strategy Officer. Mr. Delehanty will help lead the organization in its next chapter of growth.
Andrea Jung delivers remarks on the importance of women’s economic opportunity at the 2016 HOPE Global Forum.
Hear from Cole Harmonson why he chooses to support Grameen America.
As manager of Grameen America’s Charlotte, NC branch, Ursula is the cheerleader for thousands of women entrepreneurs.
This #GivingTuesday, Grameen America kicked off the #InvestInHer initiative to support low-income women entrepreneurs throughout the country.
Grameen America is celebrating Small Business Saturday for the 58,000 women reached by our program who have been empowered to build their own small businesses.
To celebrate Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, Grameen America is proud to honor our community of over 58,000 women entrepreneurs across the country.
Four years ago, Susana took out her first Grameen America loan of $1,500 to start her own hair salon. Today, she is on her tenth loan and running a thriving business that is a staple of her community in Queens, NY.
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Wells Fargo & Company announced today it has provided $7 million to Grameen America to support microloans for women entrepreneurs. The $1 million... read more
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Andrea Jung, Grameen America’s President and CEO, recently gave remarks at the HOPE Global Forum Annual Meeting in Atlanta. Now in its fourth year,... read more