Our dedicated leadership and team of trainers aim to tackle Modern Slavery in Supply Chains
Founder and Chief Executive
Nayantara has a Master of Laws (LLM) in International Development Law and Human Rights from the University of Warwick, including a thesis specialism on the drivers of Modern Slavery, a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the University of Leicester and the Legal Practice Course (LPC) from BPP University London. She has also read Supply Chain Management at the University of Cambridge, in order to facilitate the work of Supply Unchained.
By way of background, her experience includes constructing the definition of 'falsified/substandard' medication at the World Health Organization (Geneva, HQ) implemented as policy at the 2017 World Health Assembly. She has worked in Research on the implementation of the UNAIDS indicators used to protect HIV/AIDS key vulnerable populations within International Organisations and the impact of discriminatory legislation in the 48 countries within the Sub-Saharan Africa region at the Warwick Law School. She has gained experience in the private sector at leading International Corporate Law Firm, Baker Botts LLP (Dubai) and has worked in the public sector for the Government Legal Department.
She is motivated to facilitate Supply Unchained's methodology to ensure due diligence and compliance of big businesses within the premise of the national and international legal frameworks. In addition to this, creating further literature and guidance on the key risks, drivers and needs for implementation which can be used by governments and enforcement bodies to tackle key vulnerabilities.
Head of Research & Communications
Susan has a Bachelor's Degree in Social and Political Sciences, a Masters Degree in Health Services Studies (Leeds 1989) and a Masters Degree in International Development Law and Human Rights (Warwick 2016). Susan is a Non for Profit management professional with comprehensive knowledge of the voluntary sector and over twenty-five years of experience in the sector as a paid professional, volunteer and trustee. Her work has included positions at the Alzheimer's Society, Houston Area Women's Centre and Rape Crisis Service and Riding for the Disabled. Susan is able to bring her wide ranging experience of sharing knowledge and developing skills across diverse groups and situations to the work of UHURU.