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FSVC Newsletter – Highlighting One of FSVC’s Most Dedicated Volunteer Experts


Brenda Morrison volunteering with civil society organizations in Morocco (left) and Eswatini (right).
On November 29th, #GivingTuesday will celebrate generosity and collaboration. On this occasion, we at FSVC are celebrating our generous, dedicated volunteer experts who take time out of their busy schedules to share their knowledge and experience with our counterparts around the world.
Brenda Morrison, a successful professional specialized in engaging the public in policy design, is one of FSVC’s talented volunteer experts. Brenda has participated in ten FSVC missions in six countries: Eswatini, Jordan, Lesotho, Moldova, Morocco and Tunisia. She shared that volunteering with FSVC has allowed her to explore other countries and share about a topic she is passionate about.
Reflecting on her FSVC missions in Tunisia and Morocco, where she has facilitated several roundtables to incorporate civil society’s input in the budget, Brenda expressed that “it has been a pleasure watching governments grow and NGOs finally advocate for budget transparency.”
We thank Brenda and all our wonderful volunteer experts for putting FSVC’s mission to improve the quality of life in developing countries into action.
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The Financial Services Volunteer Corps (FSVC) is a not-for-profit organization that helps strengthen financial sectors in developing and emerging market countries. It does so with the ultimate aim of promoting job creation, economic growth and a better quality of life. FSVC structures practical, results-oriented technical assistance and training missions staffed by senior financial sector professionals who serve as unpaid volunteer experts. Over the past 32 years, more than 10,000 volunteer experts from the international financial, legal and regulatory communities have taken part in 3,400 missions, impacting millions of people in 70 countries.