Using data for worker uplift in global supply chains: case studies and tools

Rebecca Arce Posey July 13, 2022

Historically, impact investors and social entrepreneurs have focused on the impact potential of a product, while neglecting the impact potential of ensuring that product is brought to market via an inclusive and responsible supply chain. Let’s dive in with global supply chain impact practitioners to explore tools and case studies for bringing worker voices and community agency into the process of responsible production and investee evaluation.



Meta Themes

  • Accountability

  • Justice

  • Power and Capital


Gender, Labor, Manufacturing, Farming, Fisheries, Food systems, Garment, Mining, Industry, Worker voice, Worker agency, Inclusion, Fair trade, Responsible sourcing, Technology, Resource rights, Human rights, Resilience, Reporting, Due Diligence

Purpose and Desired Outcome

Offer a dynamic and engaging learning experience; equip investors and social entrepreneurs with new perspective and tools for integrating a supply chain engagement/responsible sourcing element into their impact approaches.


  • Allocators (Family Offices, HNW Individuals, Foundations)

  • Corporate & SME

  • Asset Managers

  • Academia

  • Service Providers

  • Artists & Culture-makers

  • Entrepreneurs

  • Accelerators & Incubators


  • NameJen Kim
  • TitleProgrammes Director
  • Organization&Wider
  • StatusInvited
  • NameArisa Goldstone
  • TitleDirector of Partnerships and Operations
  • OrganizationUlula
  • StatusInvited
  • NameKatie Shaw
  • TitleChief Programme Officer
  • OrganizationOpen Supply Hub
  • StatusInvited
  • NameTBD
  • TitleImpact / Partnerships
  • OrganizationFair Trade USA
  • StatusInvited
  • NameRebecca Arce
  • TitlePosey
  • OrganizationPeterson Control Union
  • StatusInvited
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