Chavi Keeney Nana
Director of Equitable Global Supply Chains
Email: [email protected]
Chavi is responsible for strategic campaign development, coordination with members and allies, and implementation and evaluation of investor actions related to ICCR’s corporate engagement on equitable global supply chains. She earned her J.D. from Yale Law School and has a Master’s in Development Studies from Oxford University. She is a recipient of the Marshall Scholarship. She practiced for over a decade at WilmerHale LLP and Jenner & Block LLP, advising companies on criminal and enforcement matters with the U.S. government related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and forced labor in supply chains, as well as comprehensive and preventative compliance program building and testing in these areas. She also has substantial experience litigating on behalf of trafficked domestic workers.
Prior to entering private practice, she served as the legal and policy assistant to the special gender adviser to the Office of the Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court in The Hague, The Netherlands. In that role, she advised the special gender adviser on law and policy related to sexual and gender-based crimes in international criminal law. She was a senior policy officer at the Ministry of Justice, Kingdom of the Netherlands, and focused on issues of immigrant integration, women’s rights and diversity.
She is currently a Professor from Practice at the University of Michigan Law School, teaching on corporate responsibility, anti-corruption law, and supervising students in the Human Trafficking Lab and Clinic.