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Mariah Mateo Sarpong has been a member of the MicroInsurance Centre at Milliman team since 2012. As the Director of Communications and Knowledge Management, Mariah manages and implements the MIC@M’s internal and external communications and KM activities, including capturing, organizing, and sharing knowledge. She also manages and consults on client projects with a focus on development sector projects, including capacity building and market research components. Mariah is based in Milwaukee.
Mariah is a global development professional with experience in project management and implementation, communications, and knowledge management activities for microinsurance and risk management initiatives in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean. In addition to her global work in microinsurance, Mariah spent one year as a Fellow for Vittana Foundation in the microfinance sector in Ghana. She designed and implemented a youth skills building program in St. Kitts and Nevis and was a program coordinator for an education non-profit working with students in Sierra Leone and the U.S. Mariah is currently a coach for the Innovation & Entrepreneurship program at Lawrence University where she co-teaches social entrepreneurship and practicum courses.