Nina Holle is a researcher and consultant, focusing on social and environmental protection. She is passionate about creating inclusive and just societies, rethinking economics, and empowering girls and women. She also loves communicating complex issues to a broad audience.
In the past, Nina consulted with a wide range of organizations including the World Bank, the United Nations, KfW Development Bank, GiZ, Kiva, UNICEF and the German Federation for the Environment and Nature Conservation.
Before becoming an independent consultant, Nina worked for more than a decade as a development analyst and specialist with the World Bank in Washington D.C, advancing and digitizing large-scale social safety nets such as the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) as well as with CGAP investigating the impact of financial inclusion.
Nina received her master’s in economics, philosophy, and history from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich. She also completed the Postgraduate Program in International Affairs of the German State Department and the German Academic Scholarship Foundation. Nina speaks German, English, and Spanish fluently as well as some Portuguese, Italian, French, and Bahasa.