Session: Advancing Women's Inclusion in Sustainable FinTech Startups
Women's Financial Inclusion - why it matters? Closing the gender gap in financial inclusion is likely to create multiple positive effects on growth of women-led businesses and household income, including micro-finance revolution and macro-economic advancements. Providing diverse women worldwide with affordable digital tools to advance financial wellness, pursue entrepreneurship and raise capital is critical to both impact communities and empower innovation.
- Women's Financial Inclusion - why it matters?
- Essential tools for Digitized Global Economy
- Financing for Women Tech Entrepreneurs
- Pandemic Barriers and Opportunities
- Government and Private Sector Commitments
Bhuva Shakti (She/Her) is the Global Ethics & Culture Officer and Regional Head of Americas at Women in AI, and a Senior Director at Capgemini, where she has managed diverse teams and launched several fintech transformation products in the investment banking and compliance industry. As the financial inclusion advisor at Wallet Max, Bhuva is committed to promoting positive planet impact and empowering the unbanked and underbanked, with an emphasis on sustainable entrepreneurship and digital innovation. With an MBA from Columbia University, Bhuva is an early-stage investor in social impact startups with a vision to accelerate economic freedom and growth, while reducing inequalities.