Myka Reinsch Sinclair

Moderating a panel on youth financial inclusion for policymakers in Accra, Ghana on behalf of African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET) (pictured center)

I am a writer, economist, mother of three, digital nomad and amateur ballet dancer. In my professional life, I design and manage projects that equip women, smallholder farmers and low-income people in developing countries to improve their livelihoods, build their communities and pursue their dreams. In addition to technical papers, research studies and marketing pieces for development journals and high-profile organizations like the World Bank, I write on raising children as global citizens through immersive travel and active engagement with people and cultures around the world. 

I have an MBA from Columbia Business School and a bachelor’s degree in Cultural Linguistics from Vassar College. I speak several languages, including English and French. I am a US national and global citizen, currently based in Strasbourg, France.