Jill is recognized within the apparel and footwear industries as an authority in delivering innovations that change the status quo to the benefit of workers. She joined C&A Foundation in 2014 and leads their global programs on supply chain innovation and transformation. Her three decades in grant making and social compliance work include building and leading Reebok International Ltd’s Asia human rights program, including supporting free and open union elections in Chinese factories. More recently, she headed up the International Labour Organisation’s Better Factories Cambodia program where under her leadership, an initiative for factory audit transparency was introduced. Additionally, she worked for a decade with The Asia Foundation, with postings in San Francisco, Bangladesh and Indonesia. Jill earned a Bachelor’s degree from Stanford University and a Master’s Degree from the University of Massachusetts.