Chrissy Martin works at the U.S. Global Development Lab, where she scales the use of digital financial services to increase household resilience, especially through improved agricultural incomes, access to energy, and effective delivery of humanitarian assistance. By bringing together key experts in financial inclusion and humanitarian assistance, she drove the development of the Barcelona Principles, which provide guidance to ensure that digital cash aid is leveraged as a powerful enabler for economic, social, and financial inclusion. Prior to joining USAID, Chrissy was a Consumer Experience Manager for Zoona, a social enterprise expanding mobile payments in Africa through a customer-centric business model. She began her career in fintech in Haiti, where she launched the first mobile money service in the country through the mobile network operator Digicel. Chrissy is a graduate of The Fletcher School at Tufts University and the University of Virginia.
Digital Finance Expert at the US Agency for International Development (USAID)