As elsewhere around the world, especially in developing countries, women in Egypt are disproportionately represented in the informal economy. This term refers to economic activities that are not subject to […]CONTINUE READING
We often share stories about the microloans you generously provide enabling beneficiaries to create small-scale businesses, but these funds can also empower entrepreneurs to impact their communities through larger-scale job […]CONTINUE READING
Barbara Langley serves as Director for CIPE’s Center for Women’s Economic Empowerment, democratizing opportunity for women by fostering ecosystems for entrepreneurship. She leads CIPE’s strategy to amplify the voice of the private sector through women’s equal participation in free markets and democratic institutions. Throughout her career, Langley has conducted campaign management, communications, coalition building, issues advocacy, good governance and accountability, leadership and strategic planning programs for democratic political and civic activists, business leaders, local elected officials and parliamentary and campaign staff. She has worked extensively with marginalized sectors of society including women, youth, and persons with disabilities.