Stakeholder Advisory Board

Additional to the Executive Board, APSCA is serviced by a dedicated, multi-stakeholder Advisory Board with independent, brand, retail and collaborative program representation.

The Stakeholder Advisory Board shares three members with the Executive Board and represents the interests of all stakeholders. In addition, the Stakeholder Advisory Board:

  • develop recommendations which support APSCA’s mission and objectives
  • review and consult on disciplinary matters
  • nominate the Independent Chair and Stakeholder Advisory Board representatives for the Executive Board

Stakeholder Advisory Board Representatives

Brands / Retailers

​Collaborative Programs

Independent Members

Mark Spears


Craig Moss



Laura Chapman Rubbo

Laura Chapman Rubbo is Vice President, Policy Strategy in the Global Public Policy department at The Walt Disney Company.  In this role, Laura leads policy analysis, risk assessment, industry collaboration and external stakeholder engagement for a variety of CSR issues, including human and labor rights issues in the consumer products supply chain.  She also led a number of audit and training functions in Disney’s International Labor Standards department and helped develop Disney’s Human Rights Policy.

With more than 25 years of experience in the field of business and human rights, Laura was previously Chair of the Corporate Responsibility and Labor Policy Committee of the United States Council for International Business, a current member of the Advisory Board of Social Accountability International and a two-time member of the United States delegation to the International Labor Organization’s International Labor Conference.  She has a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from the George Washington University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and German from the University of Connecticut.

Todd A. Nash

Todd Nash is the Director of Responsible Sourcing at The Home Depot in Atlanta, GA.  Todd has over 20 years of Retail experience in the areas of regulatory compliance and responsible sourcing.  He joined The Home Depot in January 2011 and is responsible for working with teams throughout The Home Depot, their affiliates, divisions, subsidiaries, and supply chain partners to conduct business in a responsible and ethical manner.  Todd also leads the effort for The Home Depot to comply with the SEC Conflict Minerals rules.

Prior to joining The Home Depot, Todd led the Global Product Compliance teams at, was responsible for regulatory compliance at West Marine, and partnered with multiple U.S. government agencies as a consultant with Booz Allen & Hamilton.

A native of Rhode Island, Todd holds a B.A. degree from the University of Rhode Island in Political Science and English.  Todd also received his Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.

Genevieve Taft-Vazquez

Genevieve Taft-Vazquez is a Global Director in the Human Rights Dept. at The Coca-Cola Company. The Global Human Rights department oversees the implementation of the Company’s human and workplace rights expectations throughout the value chain. Genevieve’s role is focused on providing strategy, governance and policy oversight and support to the global team and global operations.  She works with external stakeholders and peer companies to develop partnerships.

Genevieve has spent much of her career working in the area of corporate sustainability, responsible sourcing and the intersection between business and human rights from a range of perspectives. Before joining Coca-Cola, she worked at the Fair Labor Association and also in Bolivia with a fair-trade artisan organization to improve operational capacity and to develop market opportunities.  Prior to that, she worked for Gap Inc in the company’s Social and Environmental Responsibility department. 

Genevieve holds a MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania as well as a MA from Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS). 

Collaborative Programs

Avedis H Seferian

Avedis Seferian is the President & CEO of WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production). A recognized expert in the area of social compliance and responsible sourcing, he was named by Assent Compliance as one of the Top 100 Corporate Social Responsibility Influence Leaders in 2020. 

Mr. Seferian has extensive knowledge of social responsibility issues within the highly complex worldwide supply chains of the apparel, textile and footwear sectors, often speaking on topics in this field at different forums around the world and contributing to many leading trade publications and news outlets. 

He is the Chair of the Executive Board of the Association of Professional Social Compliance Auditors (APSCA), sits on the Impartiality Committees of several audit organizations and served on the Board of Advisors of the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety. 

Mr. Seferian speaks five languages, holds degrees from three continents (a BA from St. Stephen’s College in India, an MBA from the American University of Armenia, and a JD from Georgetown University in Washington, DC) and is a member of the American Bar Association and the Virginia State Bar.

Linda Kromjong

Linda Kromjong became president of amfori per 1 January 2022. In this role she continues driving positive impact by enabling organizations to enhance human prosperity, use natural resources responsibly and advocating for open and responsible trade globally.

From October 2018 through December 2021 she served as Global Labor & Human Rights Director at Samsung Electronics. In this role she focused on strengthening the company’s relationships with key international policymakers and opinion formers, and supporting Human Resources and other relevant business departments in driving corporate and supply chain improvements.

She represented Samsung in among others the Responsible Labor Initiative (RLI), the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) Working Group on Diversity & Gender and connected on a regular basis with international institutions and civil society.

Prior to her role at Samsung, Linda Kromjong was Secretary-General of the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) in Geneva from 1 May 2015 to 1 October 2018.  Before the IOE, she was the Vice-President, Labor Relations International & Human Rights for Deutsche Post DHL. Linda started her career in the Hospitality Industry with Sodexo in the Netherlands and has many years’ experience in senior positions in general management, HR, Labor Relations and Business & Human Rights.

Linda Kromjong is a Dutch national and completed Hotel Management School and Business Management studies in the Netherlands.

Rochelle Zaid

Mrs. Rochelle Zaid serves as Senior Director for Standards and Impacts at Social Accountability International. She is responsible for the management of the SA8000® Standard for decent work, overseeing its applications and impacts.
Mrs. Zaid has previously served as Executive Director for Social Accountability Accreditation Services (SAAS), which evaluates, accredits and monitors organizations that demonstrate competency to audit and certify organizations that conform to social standards. Prior to joining SAAS, Mrs. Zaid worked as outsourcing manager with Country Miss Inc. and was the project administrator for social accountability at Eileen Fisher.

Allison Hudson

Allison Hudson is the Director of Customer and Member Relations at Sedex. In this role Allison leads the management of relationships with the global customer base, driving improvements in service delivery, understanding customer needs and identifying opportunities to improve our products and services.

Allison is a key member of the executive team, setting the overall direction and strategy of Sedex. She leads the Sedex community programme, bringing members, customers and stakeholders together to raise awareness, convene discussions on customer and industry challenges and drive best practice. Throughout her time at Sedex, Allison has worked on multi-stakeholder projects to develop tools and programmes to support the Sedex vision. She now leads the Sedex Audit Quality programme, working closely with APSCA, Audit partners and members to drive improvements in audit quality.

Independent Members

Mark Spears

Mark Spears is an eternal optimist who believes meaningful progress results from inclusive collaborative engagement. Having retired from The Walt Disney Company after nearly thirty years, he devotes his current efforts to promoting positive environmental and social change.

During his Disney career, Mark served in a number of senior business roles ranging from finance and strategic planning to corporate responsibility and sustainability. He served as Disney Consumer Products’ inaugural chief sustainability executive and led Disney’s involvement with The Sustainability Consortium as its first corporate Lead Director. Mark also directed Disney’s International Labor Standards program for ten years addressing labor standards and human rights in the Company’s licensing and vendor supply chains and serving as the Company’s primary spokesperson.

Before joining Disney, Mark was a senior consultant and audit professional at Arthur Young & Co. in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills, specializing in the Firm’s media and entertainment, engineering and construction, and litigation consulting practices.

Mark holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. He is a certified public accountant and a former member of the American Arbitration Association.

Craig Moss

Craig Moss is Executive Vice President- Measurement of Ethisphere and a leading expert on using management systems to improve compliance and risk management performance within companies and across supply chains. He is responsible for developing and delivering programs designed to help companies and their supply chains measure and improve their programs on a wide range of ESG and compliance topics, including social performance, data protection, anti-corruption, DEI, and employee mental health.  He has designed and led numerous programs helping Fortune 500 companies and private equity firms around the world to implement management systems to reduce supply chain risk and improve performance. 

Craig is the Chair of the Licensing Executives Society committee that developed an ANSI global standard for Intellectual Property Protection in the Supply Chain. He is Director – Content & Certification at the Cyber Readiness Institute, an organization focused on improving cybersecurity in small and mid-sized businesses by focusing on human behavior. Craig is Director at the Digital Supply Chain Institute, where he developed programs to accelerate digital transformation with a unique new data trading framework and a new change management approach for the digital era.

Prior to joining Ethisphere, Craig was COO at the Center for Responsible Enterprise and Trade. While a director at Social Accountability International he co-developed the Social Fingerprint labor management maturity assessment and the TenSquared change management programs. He has published guides on implementing management systems to improve ESG and compliance for organizations including the World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation and the United Nations. Previously, Craig founded Global Access Corporation, where he led more than 3,000 business development projects in 50 countries.

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