Kwasi Donkor is Senior Policy Advisor for Digital Finance at USAID. Kwasi leads the Digital Finance team’s Market Engagement work. The focus of this work involves looking for approaches to mainstream the use of digital financial services in priority country markets while working with partners and other US government agencies to stand up key market policy readiness infrastructure. Prior to joining USAID Kwasi Donkor was based in Kampala, Uganda, where he oversaw Grameen Foundation’s Community Knowledge Worker program. Before joining the Foundation, he was responsible for driving specialized sales and channel management strategy for Tigo Cash, Millicom’s mobile money offering in Ghana. While at Millicom, he built the start-up commercial team that was responsible for launching and transforming Tigo Cash into a multiple award-winning product in Ghana and across West Africa. He was previously responsible for global sales and marketing strategy for Dun and Bradstreet’s enterprise and strategic customers. Kwasi began his career as an analyst in Merrill Lynch’s private client banking business. He received his MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Joseph Wharton Fellow.