We believe in business as a source for social good.

With expertise in management systems, human rights, and international law, Sourcing Justice is the best choice for businesses seeking to create or expand human rights due diligence programmes for their organisation and supply chains.  

Jennifer Wascak, Founder and CEO

Jennifer is a US-qualified attorney, with an MBA and a life-long passion for human rights. During her career, she has worked on a range of projects spanning across law, politics, leadership, ethics and local government. Her work has also always had a strong international focus – her recent project on water and sanitation in Uganda had her recognised as one of the 2017 top 5 MBAs in the world, by the Association of MBAs (AMBA). She brings her passion and expertise to Sourcing Justice, and is the perfect partner for helping businesses navigate complex supply chain questions in an international legal context.

Advisory Board.

Dr. Jelena Aleksic

Jelena is an award-winning serial entrepreneur with a background in life sciences. She is passionate about the potential of businesses to bring about positive social impact.

Chris Hope

Chris is a social entrepreneur and PwC-trained management consultant based in Australia and Southeast Asia.  His work supports propose-driven organisations committed to developing business as a source for social good.  He is an MBA candidate at RMIT University in Melbourne.

Alan Barrell

Alan has been the Entrepreneur in Residence at the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning within the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge. He has worked in Health Care and Medical Research, as Chairman and Chief Executive of large multi-national companies and small technology start-ups. He teaches in Universities in the UK, Europe, North America and Asia with Professorships in European and Chinese Universities.

Ellen Lovatt

Ellen is the Community & Business Engagement Inspector for the West End of London.  With over 20 years experience in policing, Ellen has specialised in public order, close protection, and counter-terrorism under the Prevent strand of Contest for the Metropolitan Police.  

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