Paula Ivey is the founder of The CSR Group, by bzs14448



Parallel Session 3.1 – Role of the Private Sector and Corporate Social Responsibility
in Upholding Rights and Opportunities for Women Migrant Workers

Paula Ivey is the founder of The CSR Group, a strategy and communications consulting
firm specializing in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability. Ms. Ivey teaches
Global Issues in CSR in the McCombs School of Business and Integrated Communication
for Non-profits in the University of Texas. She was an official delegate to the United
Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development, as a representative to the World
Bank, and was on the host committee for an Asian Pacific Economic Conference held in
Seattle, Washington.

David Batstone is a professor of ethics at the University of San Francisco. He is the
founder and president of Right Reality and “instigator” of “Not for Sale,” a campaign
to end slavery. Mr. Batstone has authored seven books, including Saving the
Corporate Soul. He served as executive editor of Sojourners magazine and was a
founding member of Business 2.0 magazine. He is the recipient of two national
journalist awards and was named National Endowment for the Humanities Chair at the
University of San Francisco.

Angel Saltos is a Business Development Professional with twenty years of experience
working in the United States and Latin America. He is currently serving as the
President of the Ricky Martin Foundation. The Foundation facilitates partnerships with
international organizations, the private sector, local non-profits, and individuals. They
believe in working through alliances with other sectors, and are committed to
defending the most fragile population against modern forms of slavery, providing them
a safer world through wellness initiatives.

Leslie Wright serves on the Board of UNIFEM USA and is President of its New York
Chapter. At the UN she represents the Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund and
serves as Board Member and convener of their UN Committee. She was Project 5-O
coordinator for Zonta International, and is now Director, Area 1, District 3. Ms. Wright
previously represented the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts who
recently awarded her with the WAGGGS Bronze Medal, recognizing outstanding
volunteer service.

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