Vera Belazelkoska is the Director of Programs at Ulula where she leads the design and implementation of programs to monitor human rights impacts in global supply chains, together with partners from the public, private and civil society sectors. Since 2014, Vera has directed Ulula’s projects in the textile, mining, agriculture and electronics sector, and manages strategic partnerships with the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil and amfori. She has 10+ years of experience in international work, focusing on community engagement, financial inclusion and education in parts of Asia, Africa, Central and South America. She was a Rotary International Peace Scholar in Argentina and holds a Masters in Political Economy of International Development from the University of Toronto, and a specialization in Social Economy and Local Development from the University of Buenos Aires School of Economics. Vera is the Vice-Chair of the Commonwealth 8.7 Network and is passionate about developing transformative partnerships at company, grassroots and systems level to advance the achievement of dignified and just work for all.