Nasreen Ali Mohamed

  • 2018 Dartmouth Mandela Washington Fellow

  • Kenya

Nasreen Ali Mohamed has over nine years of experience in financial planning and reporting and business management and development. Nasreen is the Co-founder and Chief Financial Officer at Cherehani Africa, a social enterprise leveraging mobile technology to provide financial education and credit to women and adolescent girls who own microenterprises. Cherehani Africa aims to build thriving communities by providing the right financial tools to the financially excluded. Nasreen controls and manages internal finances, financial reporting, and capital structure at Cherehani Africa and is passionate in ensuring that resources are deliberately allocated to products and services with the most positive impact on women microentrepreneurs. She holds a bachelor’s degree with honors in Business Management from the University of Sunderland in the United Kingdom and an Advanced Diploma in Business and Law from Edith Cowan University in Australia. Nasreen aims to gather more knowledge and to test effective approaches to improving the financial health for women and adolescent girls who own microenterprises. Upon completion of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, Nasreen aims to work with other African leaders who are pursuing poverty eradication with a focus on women empowerment.