Maros joined CEVI as Executive Director in February 2015. She has spent more than 18 years in development work as a microfinance practitioner and technical advisor in the field of operations, financial management, monitoring and evaluation, marketing research, new product development, resource fund mobilization, impact assessment, system audit, and transformation from a project to a regulated MFI institution. She also has more than 12 years in international development work experience in microfinance, rural development, capacity building and post conflict management and another 10 years in training and management consultancy and civil service focusing on urban poor livelihood security.

Maros has been previously employed  with several organizations in Southeast Asia and Pacific Regions like SPBD Microfinance Holdings LTD in Fiji Islands and Samoa, Catholic Relief Services-USCC, Concern Worldwide, TSPI Development Corp and many others.

Maros has completed her Advanced Leadership Training at the University of Pennsylvania, USA and her Masters in Business Administration at De La Salle University Graduate School of Business and Economics. She finished her Bachelor's Degree in the University of the Philippines Los Banos.

Currently serving as the Finance Director of CEVI, Susan is a Certified Public Accountant with more than 30 years of financial management experience in banking services, accounting, audit, bookkeeping, people management and microfinance.

Before joining CEVI, Susan worked as the General Manager and Chief Operating Officer for TSPI Mutual Benefit Association, Inc focusing on planning and budgeting, monitoring and internal control, people management, reporting and analysis. She has also worked with International Exchange Bank, Wesmont Bank and United Coconut Planters Bank.

Susan holds a Bachelor ‘s Degree in Commerce, Major in Accounting from Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Manila. She also has a Diploma in Theology from Discipleship Training Centre, Singapore.