Tag Archives: working at Dalberg

Dalberg Launches an Initiative to Support Start-Ups in Nairobi

By Valary Mumbo  In recent years, Kenya has established itself as a centre for innovation, with a range of initiatives started in support of this culture. Incubators such as Nailab, iLab and iHub provide space for entrepreneurs to interact, bud and … Continue reading

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Q&A: Reflecting on Our Internships

With the recruiting season for Dalberg’s internship programs well underway, we talk to Dalberg team members about their internship experiences, and learn about what they have been doing since joining Dalberg full time. Applications for our Graduate School Consultants Program … Continue reading

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What’s Next for Women’s Empowerment? Maureen Gitata and 3 African Women Leaders Discuss

International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women and girls. On NTV’s Victoria’s Lounge, Dalberg’s Maureen Gitata recently joined three African women leaders in a candid discussion about “the strong woman”. Amidst increasingly prevalent rhetoric … Continue reading

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Top Five Takeaways from My Internship in Impact Investing

By Isaac Gross “So what did you learn?” my boss asked me in the final week of my internship. After a summer of struggling to make well-formatted PowerPoint slides, finding out after my final presentation that a fund track record is … Continue reading

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Working for Dalberg in Afghanistan: A Q&A with Jordan Fabyanske

Jordan Fabyanske, a project leader in Dalberg’s Washington, DC office, helped complete a project for the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). He and his team developed a strategy to increase incomes and create jobs in northeast Afghanistan as part of Germany’s … Continue reading

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Dalberg’s 2013 in Review: A Message from Global Managing Partner James Mwangi

Dear Friends and Colleagues, As we settle into 2014, I wanted to share some reflections on how we pursued our mission – mobilizing effective responses to the world’s most pressing issues – in 2013, a year that brought important and … Continue reading

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What taxi dispatching and online education have in common: observing adoption rates of tech-enabled services in Colombia

By Rachel Wolf When I volunteered for a three-month transfer from Dalberg’s Washington, DC office to our strategic presence in Bogotá, Colombia, I assigned myself two tasks: pay attention and learn. In the process of doing both, I noticed a … Continue reading

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Redefining public service impact: A Q&A with Kira Intrator

Kira Intrator, an associate consultant in Dalberg’s Mumbai office, was awarded MIT’s Excellence in Public Service Award on June 6th, 2013. The award is given annually to recent alumni from the Department of Urban Studies and Planning who show strong … Continue reading

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Perpetually Improving Performance: A Q&A with Global Operating Partner Paul Callan

Paul Callan has been with Dalberg for over 10 years. During that time, he has been heavily involved in Dalberg’s internal development – he designed the firm’s first knowledge management database, and for the past three years, has chaired the People & … Continue reading

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Ask an Analyst: Q&A with Dalberg’s first class of undergraduate recruits

Undergraduate recruiting season is in full swing! Rachel Wolf (Washington DC), Nungari Mwangi (Nairobi), Ameya Bhangle (Mumbai), and Pallavi Jayannavar (Mumbai) answer questions from candidates about their experiences as part of Dalberg’s first-ever analyst class. How did you know Dalberg … Continue reading

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