Danielle Piskadlo

Former Director, Investing in Inclusive Finance

Danielle Piskadlo worked with the Investing in Inclusive Finance team from 2011 to 2019. She was responsible for developing capacity of board members through peer learning and exchange. Danielle also worked closely with investors to make active, sustainable investments in financial institutions that serve the base of the pyramid.

Danielle holds Master’s Degrees in International Business from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, and in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Vermont.





Latest by Danielle Piskadlo

Report • Oct 25, 2019
Corporate Governance for Early-Stage, Innovative Companies: A Practical Resource Guide
Blog Post • Mar 08, 2019
Women and Financial Inclusion: What More Can We Do to Address the Systemic Barriers Women Face?
Event • Nov 2, 2018
Breaking Into Impact Investing Speed Networking Event
Webinar • Oct 24, 2018
Webinar: Innovative Financing Structures for Incentivizing Impact and Advancing Financial Inclusion
Webinar • Oct 24, 2018
Webinar: Disruptive Technologies Advancing Financial Inclusion
Blog Post • Jul 31, 2018
Dialogue With Africa Board Fellows: Navigating Challenging Macroeconomic Environments
Blog Post • Jul 25, 2018
Financial Institutions in Times of Political and Social Unrest: Thoughts from Africa Board Fellows
Blog Post • May 21, 2018
The Politics (and Varied Experiences) of Interest Rate Caps
Blog Post • Apr 02, 2018
New Approaches to Designing Financial Products for Women
Blog Post • Mar 06, 2018
Impact Investing Trends in 2018
Blog Post • Oct 13, 2017
Financial Exclusion and Youth Sports
Blog Post • Sep 22, 2017
The Challenges of Governing in a Digital World
Blog Post • Jul 24, 2017
Uber Governance Fails
Report • Jul 01, 2017
Valuing Microfinance Institutions
Blog Post • Jun 01, 2017
Valuing Financial Inclusion Institutions: Where Are We a Decade Later?
Blog Post • May 10, 2017
MoneyGram Bidding War Heats Up: Financial Inclusion Take-Aways
Blog Post • Mar 31, 2017
Smile and Accept the Inevitable
Blog Post • Feb 02, 2017
5,141,000 Reasons Women Marched
Blog Post • Dec 07, 2016
Can Social Missions Be Preserved in Initial Public Offerings?
Report • Dec 01, 2016
How to IPO Successfully and Responsibly: Lessons From Indian Financial Inclusion Institutions
Blog Post • Jul 22, 2016
“More in for Impact”: What’s Up in Socially Responsible Investing?
Blog Post • May 09, 2016
What Will Become of Bank Branches? And Other Unexpected Fallout from Digital Finance
Blog Post • May 02, 2016
In the United States, Gender Gaps in Financial Literacy and Pay Persist
Blog Post • Apr 25, 2016
Is Weak Governance to Blame for Bank Collapses in Kenya?
Blog Post • Mar 22, 2016
The Trouble with Retail Credit Cards
Blog Post • Jun 24, 2015
To Develop Savings Skills, Start ‘Em Young!
Blog Post • Jun 17, 2015
What Can the Financial Inclusion World Learn from FIFA about Governance?
Blog Post • Oct 22, 2014
Parenting and Governance: It Takes a Network
Blog Post • Sep 26, 2014
Barter is Back! Thanks to the Internet
Blog Post • Sep 17, 2014
Bank of Ghana Cracks Down on MFI Name Changes
Blog Post • Sep 11, 2014
More Women on Boards: How Do We Get There?
Blog Post • Jul 25, 2014
Understand Your Clients – or Good Luck Amongst the Competition
Blog Post • May 07, 2014
Walmart Joins the List of Non-Traditional Players Offering Remittances
Report • Apr 14, 2014
The Art of the Responsible Exit in Microfinance Equity Sales
Blog Post • Sep 13, 2013
Could You Access Two Thousand Dollars in a Month?
Blog Post • Mar 12, 2013
Microfinance as a Tool to Fight Corruption
Blog Post • Sep 25, 2012
Living on a Dollar a Day
Blog Post • May 10, 2012
What’s a Microfinance Institution Worth? The Latest News on Valuations
Blog Post • Nov 07, 2011
The Future Is Green
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