Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

"The economic progress of our nation is linked inextricably to the financial well being of individuals. Clearly providing more and better financial education to the broadest segment of our population has never been more important than it is today."

Charles L. Evans
President and CEO
Federal Reserve Bank
of Chicago

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Jason Alderman
Senior Director of Global Financial Education
Visa Inc.

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2013 Summit Biography
Amira Salah-Ahmed
Deputy Editor
Egypt Independent
Egypt
Speaker

Amira Salah-Ahmed is the Deputy Editor of Egypt Independent, as well as a business and economy reporter who contributes to the Financial Times and The BRICS Post. She was the business editor of Daily News Egypt from July 2007-April 2012 and, prior to that, worked on a USAID-funded economic policy reform project.

After graduating with a journalism degree from the American University in Cairo, she worked as an assistant editor/writer at Egypt Today and Business Today Egypt monthly magazines. Amira has co-authored a book about Egyptís uprising, which has been published in Italian ("I Diari Della Rivoluzione", Fandango Libri) and Arabic ("Tahrir Memoirs", Dar Al Shorouq).

She writes poetry and short stories published regularly on her blog: amiralx.wordpress.com.

 
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