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.
This Veterans Day we are celebrating the growing number of women veterans that are building businesses here in the United States.
After moving to New York from Mexico ten years ago, Maria and her daughter had little to their name and no income. Today, she owns her own successful flower shop and hopes to open a second location soon.
To celebrate World Statistics Day, we’re sharing the infographics that have most influenced our work empowering women entrepreneurs and promoting financial inclusion here in the United States.
In 2014, Anna received her first Grameen America loan of $1,500 to expand her clothing business. A year later, she has $2,000 in savings and a thriving business.
One in three households with income less than $15,000 a year do not have a bank account. See why experts think mobile banking might be the solution.
On September 25th, 2015, world leaders will commit to 17 Global Goals to make our world a better place. Read why we support Goal #5: Gender Equality.

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