Colleen Green "is a microenterprise specialist with Development Alternatives Incorporated's. (DAI) Enterprise Business and Finance Group. She has more than twelve years experience in providing technical assistance to microenterprise development organizations, donors and host governments. Ms. Green has worked with microenterprise institutions to identify operational, policy and financial constraints to the microenterprise development. Ms. Green has worked extensively with banks, NGO microfinance institutions, and credit cooperatives in Latin America, Eastern Europe, the New Independent States, and Africa, providing technical assistance in strategic planning, credit administration, market research, and financial management. Ms. Green is currently the Project Director of the AMAP Financial Services Knowledge Generation project, a USAID funded project focused on expanding research on microfinance, particularly looking at new and innovative institutional models for microfinance, which include commercial and state-owned banks. Prior to joining DAI, Ms. Green worked as a Small Business Advisor for USAID’s Bureau for Europe and the New Independent States, conducting designs, evaluations, assessments, and financial analyses of micro and small enterprise development projects in Ukraine and other countries in the region. She also worked on long-term USAID private sector development projects in the mid 1990s in Russia for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu International.“ 
Faculty member of the SAIS International Development Program.
- "Biography", SAIS, Accessed January 2007.