Christina (CJ) Juhasz is the Chief Investment Officer of WWB Asset Management, a subsidiary of Women’s World Banking. She is responsible for raising and investing the $50M private equity impact investment fund, WWB Capital Partners, LP, which provides growth capital and technical assistance to women-focused inclusive finance institutions. The fund seeks to increase access to financial services for women through its portfolio companies. It also works to increase the recruitment and promotion of women staff and leaders in its portfolio companies. The fund is invested in ten portfolio companies covering Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Central and South Asia. Prior to establishing WAM, CJ was the director of Women’s World Banking’s Capital Markets Group. Prior to joining Women’s World Banking, CJ served in increasing positions of responsibility for Deutsche Bank’s Fixed Income Group in New York and London and Merrill Lynch’s Capital Markets Group in New York. CJ began her career as a military police platoon leader in the United States Army, serving in Germany and the US. CJ holds a BS from the United States Military Academy at West Point and an MBA from Stanford University. She is also a 2013 Eisenhower Fellow.