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17 Oct 19

How do you measure impact in blended finance?

Our Manager Justice Johnston discusses the two levels of impact for blended finance: the impact of the structuring approach itself, and the impact of the underlying activities being financed.

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Justice Johnston

As a Manager, Justice is responsible for Convergence’s data and research activities, including building out Convergence’s database of historical blended finance transactions, documenting blended finance case studies, developing blended finance trends analysis and benchmarks, and coordinating webinars and workshops. Prior to joining Convergence, she worked at the MasterCard Foundation as Program Coordinator for the Financial Inclusion team. While there, Justice was responsible for contributing to new project development, managing current projects, updating project records and preparing strategic reports, as well as managing team organization and coordination. Prior to joining the Foundation, Justice was at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs completing her master’s thesis on Financial Inclusion and the Role of Government. She also has a variety of research and policy experience through her work at Scotiabank’s Government Communications, Policy and Research department, the G20 Research Group, and the World Wildlife Fund.

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