Director, Bankers without Borders
Sabrina Quaraishi, Director of Bankers without Borders, is a recognized leader in the field of international volunteering and corporate employee engagement and CSR, building win-win partnerships that bridge gaps between the public and private sector.
Under Sabrina’s leadership, Bankers without Borders cultivated a global reserve corps of more than 22,000 business professionals from 173 countries dedicated to eradicating world poverty through pro bono movement. Sabrina was instrumental in forging collaborations with 20 major corporations and universities where volunteers are regularly placed on pro bono assignments as part of their employer's CSR, employee engagement or professional development initiatives.
Originally from Bangladesh, Sabrina’s interest in international development and community engagement started in 2000 where she had the opportunity to study the empowerment of village phone operators at Grameen Bank in Bangladesh and was inspired to make a difference.
Country: United States
Senior Specialist, Volunteer Relations
Originally from San Diego, California, and based in Washington, D.C., Arcelia manages volunteer relations for BwB - from coordinating volunteer recruitment and education, to post-engagement recognition. After finishing her studies at the University of California Berkeley, her deep commitment to the eradication of poverty led her to Grameen Foundation. When not engaging volunteers on exciting new projects, Arcelia enjoys biking, crafting, and finding ways to volunteer in her own community.
Country: United States
Senior Program Lead, Sub-Saharan Africa
Originally from the coast of Kenya, and based in Nairobi, Eve manages BwB’s relationships and projects in Sub-Saharan Africa. A Commonwealth Fellow with a Masters degree in Organizational Development, training in Advanced Volunteer Management and a Bachelors degree in Education, Eve is also our trainer-in-residence. Before joining BwB, Eve worked with VSO International where she managed volunteering development programs in the region. When not facilitating corporate volunteer programs or cold calling new potential clients, Eve is singing in the church choir and mentoring young people together with her husband.