What we do
We move people from poverty to prosperity through neighborhood self reliance groups.
Bolivia. My name is Brenda Echeverría. From a very young age, I was very independent and I consider myself a humble and responsible person. I recently graduated with a degree in business administration and I work as temporary personnel, generally in marketing companies. Last year I started looking for permanent jobs. Unfortunately, these jobs ask for years of experience. Because of so, I decided to participate in the Master of Business in the Streets (MBS) program.
The program taught me a lot, which refreshed and added to the knowledge I gained in my university. It also helped me understand and mature in many essential aspects in my life, and it taught me to balance and improve them. These courses prompted me to improve as a person and to support and help the people around me. Now I think big and want to be a great self-reliant entrepreneur.