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Ms. Shubha Sekhar

Ms. Shubha Sekhar

Shubha Sekhar has over two decades of international & cross-functional experience in Human Rights, Sustainability, Sustainable Business, Responsible sourcing, CSR, Law and Government, giving her a unique and practical understanding of different facets of responsible & sustainable business.

Director Human & Workplace Rights, Eurasia & North Africa
The Coca-Cola Company

About this Speaker

Shubha Sekhar has over two decades of international & cross-functional experience in Human Rights, Sustainability, Sustainable Business, Responsible sourcing, CSR, Law and Government, giving her a unique and practical understanding of different facets of responsible & sustainable business. She is currently part of Global Workplace Rights Department as Regional Director Human & Workplace Rights responsible for implementation of Coca-Cola’s Human Rights and responsible sourcing policies across Coca Cola supply chains in the Indian Sub Continent, Middle East North Africa, Turkey, Central Asian Republics and the Caucasus regions. Prior to joining the Human Rights team, Shubha has held senior level positions in the India and South West Asia Business Unit of Coca-Cola. As Head CSR and Sustainability, she had responsibility for shaping the vision and strategy, along with design and implementation of several CSR initiatives and cross sectoral partnerships in Water & sanitation, agriculture, recycling, nutrition and women’s empowerment. She led the relationship with NGOs, multi-lateral agencies, government and other key external stakeholders on behalf of Coca-Cola. She also represented the Company in several industry forums in the areas of Sustainability. In a previous role as Director – Sustainable Agriculture and New Ventures, she was part of the Fruit Circular Economy team, a business vertical at the cusp of Business and Sustainability, with initiatives in the Horticulture ecosystem in India. She was named as one of India’s Top 25 CSR professionals by a leading publication in 2017, and selected for Asia’s Sustainability Superwomen Award in Oct 2018. She is a Panellist/presenter at several international and national seminars/workshops on Human Rights, Sustainability, and CSR. She holds a Masters in Law (LLM) from India and is also a Solicitor England & Wales (presently non-practising).

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