Alejandra Seluja is an independent consultant who works with credit unions throughout the US and Puerto Rico. Her work focuses on services to immigrant members, Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) related work, and Emerging Market Reviews. Ms. Seluja led a full service bilingual branch, concentrated on providing mainstream and alternative financial services to new immigrants since its beginning to becoming the fastest growing branch in the credit union.
She led the National Federation of Community Development Institutions’ national initiative to create financial inclusion for immigrant members; and was the field researcher for the study “BEYOND FINANCIAL ACCESS: Striving For Deeper Immigrant Financial Inclusion”, a study to better understand how to reach immigrants and how to help them use financial products and services at the credit union to build greater financial stability.
Ms. Seluja participated in the 2012 World Council of Credit Unions immersion program in Guatemala.