The 2013 SEEP
will take place
November 4-7, 2013
SEEP would like to thank Citi as a sponsor of the 2013 Conference
We look forward to welcoming you to the 2013 SEEP Annual Conference
Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel
November 4-7, 2013!
If you have questions about the conference, please contact us!
Housing Microfinance Product Development: The Process from Market Research to Product Design and Implementation
Register For This Training Session
No registration for the SEEP Conference
is required to attend technical trainings.
Training Provider: Habitat for Humanity
Dates: Sunday, November 4 and Monday, November 5
Description: Housing Microfinance Products (HMF) are a great way to expand your current product mix while increasing your double bottom line. This training will teach you in a systematic way to design specific housing microfinance (HMF) products with construction technical assistance which will be customized to fit your cultural and institutional needs, while keeping in the center your client’s needs, preferences, and capacities. The presenters of this workshop have applied this teaching in the field with more than 25 institutions in various countries. This workshop was also rated as “excellent” by the participants at the “hansonwade” conference during 2011, among which were Omidyar Network, International Finance Corporation (IFC), Banco de Credito del Peru, and Microdreams.
Space is limited to 25 participants in each training, so register now.
Target Audience: This training is directed at all Microfinance Practitioners, especially upper management, who are interested in increasing their double bottom line with housing microfinance products that have a proven high demand.
Trainers: Sandra Callison
Sandra Callison is the Global Associate Director of Advisory Services and Knowledge Management for the International Housing Finance Department at HFHI. In her current position, has the responsibility to oversee, coordinate and advance initiatives being operated under the HFHI's Center for Innovation in Shelter and Finance. She brings with her more than 17 years of proven experience, working with microfinance, financial and nonprofit institutions, under projects funded by DFID, USAID, IADB, and her work as executive director for one partner, and as a regional technical advisior with Opportunity International Network; and FONKOZE, in Haiti, as the Market Research and Social Performance Monitoring Unit Director. She hast dedicated at least eleven years to market research and product development for microfinance and financial institutions. Six of which, specifically, in housing microfinance, including housing support services. She holds a double master degree in Nonprofit Management and Social Economics from the University of Barcelona, and has post graduate studies in Management of Organizational Culture, and a B.S. in Psychology.
Maria Teresa Morales
Maria Teresa Morales is the Housing Finance Director for HFHI Latin America. During the seventeen years of her professional life, she held various managerial positions at Unisys Corporation and as a consultant for KPMG Peat Marwick. In the Unisys Corporation, she developed extensive experience supervising accounting and financial activities, as well as designing and analyzing financial and operational reports for the organization. At KPMG Peat Marwick, she worked as Manager of consulting in the area of corporate finance and business transformation, where she developed skills to structure and manage projects. She has a degree in business, public accountant and has a master's degree in management from the University of Maryland.
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No registration for the SEEP Conference is required to attend technical trainings.