“A world-class national network of microfinance institutions and support organizations advocating sustainable, innovative, and client-responsive solutions to poverty in the Philippines.”


A world-class national network of microfinance institutions and support organizations.

Long S. Le

Long S. Le is a lecturer in management and director of the International Business Minor at the Leavey School of Business. His primary teaching area is global business with interests in curriculum design, study abroad, global citizenship, and social entrepreneurship.

His research interests include microfinance and Islamic microfinance, global Asian migration diasporas, the political economy of development in frontier markets, and state-owned enterprises in Asia. His research has been published in journals such as Far Eastern Economic Review, Journal of Islamic Finance, Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, Education About Asia, Harvard Asia Quarterly, Harvard Asian American Policy Review, and Global Asia: A Journal of the East Foundation.


Christian Philliips

Christian is a student at Santa Clara University majoring in Economics and Communications. She has been designing for several years and has worked for a variety of companies, including FreightPop Shipping and iSanctuary. She most recently got her certificate in Graphic Design from UCLA and hopes to continue User Experience Design specifically after she receives her undergraduate.

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