Mobile Innovation Specialist
Maja is interested in the potential of entrepreneurship and human ingenuity to contribute to economic, environmental and social development. She has spent over 12 years connecting these fields, including as product manager in a web-technology startup, lead researcher at the International Institute for Sustainable Development, and counselor for Canada for the World Bank Group. Since 2009, she has worked to expand infoDev’s mobile innovation program, including by extending our offering to better serve women founders of tech startups in emerging and frontier markets. Maja is pursuing a doctorate at the University of Oxford under Professor Bill Dutton, with a focus on innovation ecosystems and with support from Oxford University Press. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Angel Investing Specialist
Jeremy works with infoDev's Access to Finance Program to support the development and application of angel investing, the practice of individuals investing in private companies, as a solution to financing challenges entrepreneurs face in emerging markets. His projects include efforts to launch and grow organized angel investor groups and networks in new markets, to design co-investment financing solutions for private investors, and to support entrepreneur fundraising skills building.
In addition to his work at the World Bank Group, Jeremy is Managing Director of New Dominion Angels, a Washington, D.C.-based angel investors group that invests in early-stage technology companies. His previous experience includes working with a large consumer products company and education technology startups. Jeremy graduated from Kenyon College and holds an International MBA from the University of South Carolina.