New York City
As a Manager at Article One, Keri works hand in hand with Article One’s clients across all three pillars of our work to help them meet their responsibility to respect human rights. She plays a leading role in advancing the tech sector’s approach to responsible conduct and promoting respect for human rights in sport. In this capacity, Keri regularly conducts human rights impact assessments, develops responsible foresight workshops, engages with stakeholders and rightsholders, and designs leadership platforms.
Keri is a graduate of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs where she focused on intersection of business and human rights for the past three years. While completing her degree, Keri worked at Twitter and helped four policy teams address user safety, cybercrime, and site integrity issues. As a member of the SIPA Business & Human Rights Clinic, she worked in a small team commissioned by Bonsucro, a global multi-stakeholder initiative for the sugarcane sector, to evaluate the human rights impact of its Production Standard on workers and communities in India.
Keri was previously based in London and worked for GQR Research, an opinion research and strategic consulting firm. She gained her quantitative and qualitative research experience by helping to execute dozens of interviews, surveys, and focus groups for multinational companies, trade unions, NGOs, and politicians across the US and Europe. She has also worked with the US & the Americas Programme at Chatham House, and with Physicians for Human Rights’ Asylum Program.
Keri holds a Master of International Affairs in Human Rights & Humanitarian Policy from Columbia SIPA and a B.A. in World Politics from Hamilton College.