Lead Analyst, Investing in Inclusive Finance
As the Lead Analyst for the Investing in Inclusive Finance team, Kettianne is responsible for creating and developing forums that convene leaders and practitioners working on governance, risk and investing in financial inclusion. Her work focuses on the design and implementation of the Center’s Africa Board Fellowship Program and the coordination of the Financial Inclusion Equity Council.
Prior to joining the Center, Kettianne served as a Fulbright-Clinton Public Policy Fellow in Haiti, working on Gender Based Violence awareness initiatives for Haiti’s Ministry of Women’s Affairs. Previously, Kettianne has also worked with Dress for Success Boston, Mediation Works Incorporated, Edelman, and the Society for International Development. Kettianne is a certified mediator and a negotiation trainer. She has lived in France, Haiti, Spain and the United Kingdom and speaks French and Haitian Creole.
Kettianne received her bachelor’s degree in sociology and in French from Boston College, and holds a master’s degree in international relations from the Department of War Studies at King’s College, London.