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Grameen Foundation gets first female, Indian American CEO

During her career, Bai has spent time in the poorest places in the world, co-creating products, and services for the betterment of lives.

Zubaida Bai . Photo - Grameen Foundation 

Global non-profit organization, Grameen Foundation, has announced the appointment of Zubaida Bai as its next president and CEO. She will be the first woman and the first Indian American to lead the organization.

A social entrepreneur and women’s health advocate, Bai has over 18 years in the social impact space. Before joining Grameen Foundation, she served as the managing director of CARE Social Ventures, a firm that helps convert local philanthropic efforts into viable social businesses.

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