Women's Microfinance Initiative
Has the organization received awards or honors? Please tell us about them
In 2010, Bethesda Magazine named WMI’s president Robyn Nietert one of its “Women We Admire.” With a legal background and a desire to help others, the magazine said, “She is a classic example of the axiom that dedicated individuals can effect major change.”
In 2011, Greenlight Apparel committed to donating 25% of its profits to organizations dedicated to ending the vicious cycle of poverty and selected “Women’s Microfinance Initiative working to empower individuals around the world by providing them with access to financial services and education” as its partner.