What does mPOWR do?

"mPOWR equips entrepreneurs in developing countries with tested and effective micro-business training, start-up capital, and internationally experienced mentoring teams. Through vetted, dedicated business partnerships, mPOWR is bringing hope and ending poverty in some of the most challenged communities across the globe."

Eric Watt, founder of mPOWR speaking in Nepal. 

Eric Watt, founder of mPOWR speaking in Nepal. 

Eric Watt

Founder and CEO of mPOWR

Eric Watt has more than 20 years experience in bringing creative solutions to developing countries through global humanitarian projects and new business development. Focused on the Middle East, the Sub-continent and Asia, Watt’s clients have included globally based multinational companies, university systems and top-tier organizations focused on critical needs, leadership development and micro-enterprise. In the early 1990s, as founder and president of a US-based charity, Watt and his wife, Becky, lived for five years in Singapore from where they have mentored and grown what has become an extensive network of capable, experienced indigenous leaders throughout the world. This strategic leadership network works collaboratively to provide long-term, holistic solutions on several continents. Watt has also provided leadership to numerous business, management training and media initiatives in China, India and Indonesia. Watt earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and business from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma and a Masters of Arts in Religion from Yale University.