Yanina monitors Water.org's WaterCredit programs in Peru. Prior to joining Water.org, Yanina worked with the Central Reserve Bank of Peru as a statistician and financial analyst.
In her free time, she volunteers with a group that provides training in technology and software to women who are small business owners, and also for the Junior Achievement program.
Commitment to Water.org
"During my school days I did volunteer work and discovered that I wanted to contribute to economic and human development. So, I decided to study economics. In my work at the Central Bank, I saw the effort made to maintain economic stability and growth development of my environment was based on microfinance. My work in a group of Peruvian companies allowed me to develop my skills in finance and contribute to economic development by generating jobs and improving quality of life. In Water.org I found the inspiration I was looking for when I decided to study and work in favor of economic and human development through microfinance and providing access to safe water to more families which in turn creates value for them and the economy."
BA, Economy, San Ignacio de Loyola University.