GoodWeave International, the leading global nonprofit organization working to end child, forced and bonded labor in global supply chains, has elected Shilpa Nadhan and Shamarukh Mohiuddin to its board of directors.

These additions will strengthen organizational expertise in South Asia and other regions of the world where child and forced labor are prevalent, as well as on issues related to GoodWeave’s mission including human migration and trafficking, labor rights, women’s empowerment, supply chains, ESG, social impact and international development.

Nadhan, director of human rights policy on the Global Public Policy team at The Walt Disney Company, supports policy analysis, strategy development and external engagement for global human rights, international labor standards and supply chain efforts across Disney’s businesses. As part of her work, she collaborates with intergovernmental organizations, NGOs, civil society and industry associations to learn, identify and mitigate human rights risks. Prior to joining Disney, she held positions at Marriott International, the International Organization for Migration (IOM), International Rescue Committee, and the U.S. Institute for Peace.  

Mohiuddin is a principal at global consulting firm Nathan Associates, a Cadmus company, and director of social impact at University Press Limited, a leading publishing firm in South Asia. She is an expert in catalyzing cross-sector partnerships for international development and equipping businesses to be drivers and advocates for inclusive and sustainable growth. Previously, she served as director of economic empowerment at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation where she coordinated the efforts of global companies on social impact and ESG efforts. Other previous roles include serving as executive director of the U.S. Bangladesh Advisory Council and as director at Fontheim International.

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