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Lighting the Lives of the Rural Poor

Bringing light to Haiti, one solar lamp at a time
CBS Evening News

Interview with Niki Armacost of Arc Finance and Dominique Policard of Sogexpress about Arc Finance's Remittances Project in Haiti
NBC Miami & Tropik TV

Where innovation pays off: Helping low-income Haitians access environmentally-friendly energy products
November 2012 FOMIN

Stima Systems' Group Microleasing Model - Promoting Payment and Reducing Risk at the Group Level
July 2012 Arc Finance Case Study

Arc Finance Podcast: Fiza Farhan, CEO, The Buksh Foundation
July 2012 Arc Finance Podcast

Using Energy Products and Other Initiatives to Spur Growth at a Philippine MFI
August 2012 Arc Finance Blog

How Women Are Powering Energy Access in Uganda
June 2012 Arc Finance Blog

Financing Sustainable Enery: An Optimistic View From Niki Armacost
July 11, 2012 Ashden Blog

Climate Scope 2012 Report featuring Arc's Haiti Remittances Project
July 2012 Inter-American Development Bank Report

Can The Microfinance Sector Help Deliver Clean Energy?
May 14, 2012 CGAP Blog

Managing Director and Co-Founder Nicola Armacost on Microfinance
Link TV: Television Without Borders

Nandini P. Narula
Technology & Knowledge Manager

Nandini Narula

Nandini leads and coordinates Arc's technology initiatives internally and with partners. Before joining Arc, Nandini was an independent consultant delivering strategic and technology advisory services to nonprofits and social enterprises. Prior to this, she was the co-founder and CTO of GreenMango, a social enterprise that provided an online marketing platform to low-income entrepreneurs in India. Nandini’s passion for social enterprise was sparked while she worked in the microfinance sector for several years, supporting the growth of microfinance organizations internationally at Women's World Banking (WWB). She started her career in the technology sector where she managed large-scale web development projects at both Fortune 500 companies and start-ups.

Nandini holds an MSc degree in Economic Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Michigan. Nandini is an Echoing Green Fellow (2008) and Cartier Women’s Initiative Laureate (2007) and Pipeline Angels Fellow (2012). Nandini is fluent in English and has a working knowledge of Hindi and Spanish.