Mike is a Principal Consultant - Strategic Operations for Digital Finance where he leads MicroSave’s digital financial inclusion work in Africa. He has 9 years’ experience working with central banks, bilateral and multi-lateral agencies, government ministries and financial service providers. He has worked in over 15 countries across the developing world and is currently focused on determining how digital financial services can be better designed and more easily scaled to national levels. This includes managing the Agent Network Accelerator (ANA) project, and The Helix Institute of Digital Finance. Mike attended the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, receiving a master's degree in Development Economics & a graduate certificate in Science, Technology & Environmental Policy. He also holds B.A. degrees in Economics & Psychology from the University of California.