Location: New York, USA
Languages: English (native;) Spanish (fluent;)
Soledad Mills has spent more than a decade working at the intersection of human rights and the private sector. She has managed due diligence programs using a wide range of international standards and codes of conduct for global financial institutions, multinational corporations, and development agencies. Soledad has also implemented global compliance and supply chain programs for Fortune500 companies and has worked with socially responsible investors on shareholder engagement strategies.
She has created environmental and social management risk assessment tools for a range of sectors, including consumer products, energy and extractives, agriculture, and aid organisations. Soledad has also developed and delivered training for companies in India, China, and Latin America on anti-corruption, human rights and corporate responsibility and has conducted over 100 due diligence assessments in more than a dozen countries.
For the last five years she has applied her expertise in international human rights, standards and compliance, risk management, and stakeholder engagement to the energy sector, developing social and environmental performance metrics for a range of energy projects from oil, gas, and shale to wind, solar and hydroelectric. Soledad holds a Bachelor’s degree is Asia-Pacific Business and a Master’s in International Affairs and Human Rights. She is a native English speaker with fluent Spanish.