Skip to main content

Elizabeth Ingerfield

Elizabeth is responsible for the Leadership and Diversity Programs at Women's World Banking, designing and delivering learning solutions that help global financial inclusion leaders better serve the women customers in their countries and build diverse talent in their institutions.  

Prior to joining Women’s World Banking, Elizabeth managed talent development for global loyalty and benefits company, Collinson, where Elizabeth managed, designed, and delivered the development offering for the organization globally. This encompassed everything from designing and delivering blended programs of learning, to coaching, to implementing initiatives and technology. Elizabeth also worked closely with UK Charity, Coach Core, designing and delivering a program of learning to support young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in entering the working world.  

Elizabeth holds a BA/BSC in Media Arts and Theatre Studies and is trained in DISC Insights®, the Co-Active® coaching methodology, Prince 2 project management, certified as a NLP Practitioner, Neethling Brain Institute facilitator and holds a CIPD Level 5 Learning & Development Consultant/Business Partner and ILM level 4 Managing Diversity & Inclusion.

Elizabeth thrives on supporting people in becoming their most effective selves, achieving their aspirations and building the life they want and deserve

Blog Posts from Elizabeth Ingerfield

26.06.2024 | Elizabeth Ingerfield | Belize, Financial Inclusion, Ghana, Gender

How to insure unqualified or uninterested customers? Ask insurance supervisors in Belize and Ghana

In a world of greater unpredictability and climate impacts, insurance can be a challenging product to deploy. Forward-thinking regulators, policymakers, and supervisors are changing their tactics, ensuring insurance can be a tool for inclusion. In a recent event bringing together alumni from Women’s World Banking’s Leadership and Diversity Program for Regulators (LDR), forward-thinking government institutions shared how they are approaching inclusive insurance. The session was sponsored and co-hosted by the Centre of Excellence on Gender-Smart Solutions, an initiative under the Global Shield against Climate Risks, and Access to Insurance Initiative (A2ii).