James Dailey is the co-founder and CTO of MicroEnergy Credits. In his role as CTO, James is the primary architect and visionary behind Credit Tracker, MEC’s cloud-based platform for tracking and monitoring of microfinance-based carbon credits. James founded the microfinance opensource project, MIFOS, while at the Grameen Technology Center. He was also a key figure in starting OpenLMIS, an open source solution for public health logistics in developing countries launched in 2010 by VillageReach. He holds a degree in MIS from the University of Notre Dame, and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Washington. He has served on the Board of Climate Solutions for 11 years and brings extensive experience in non-profit governance. He is dedicated to the vision of Mifos as a vehicle for low cost financial services in emerging economies.