We’ve all got that spark – that inner drive to succeed and transform our tomorrow. It’s our potential.
Do you remember who helped you to reach yours?
Every day, millions of poor people around the world rely on their ingenuity just to survive. They’re resourceful and hardworking – just like you. What they need is for someone to embrace their potential – just like you.
Grameen Foundation believes every person deserves the opportunity to achieve their full potential.
Sai Honig, 2nd from left, with Grameen Foundation staff
Five years ago, Sai Honig broke down crying as she read Muhammed Yunus' book, Banker to the Poor. The book hit close to home for her.
Born in India, Sai was raised in the U.S. from a very early age. She knew very little about the place of her birth, but was aware of the extreme poverty and had wrestled with the question of how she could make a dent in a problem as big as global poverty. Professor Yunus' ideas inspired her to somehow get involved.