Diana Sheedy | Ceo, founder

Diana graduated from Harvard College in 2017 with an A.B. in Economics and a minor in Government. She is currently working as a business analyst for Deloitte’s Strategy and Operations offering. Diana founded CLIFF, formerly ICAMS, in the fall of 2016 after leading a multi-stakeholder partnership to implement ethical labor standards into Harvard purchasing decisions, and seeing the untapped potential in student leaders to lead change in the fight against exploitation. In her free time, Diana loves being outdoors and traveling as well as being a part of her Christian community -- and is almost always drinking quality coffee. 

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Brooke Chapin Robbins | COO

Brooke graduated from Columbia University in 2017 with a B.A. in American Studies. She became passionate about ending modern slavery while studying abroad in France, after taking a course on the sex-trade economy. During her last year at Columbia, she founded Columbia Against Modern Slavery, and helped to plan the first Intercollegiate Coalition Against Modern Slavery, held at Harvard in the spring of 2017. After graduating from Columbia, Brooke moved to Kaohsiung,Taiwan, where she is currently teaching English on a Fulbright grant. She is passionate about technology for social impact, and is particularly interested in applying blockchain technology to improve supply chain transparency. An avid traveler and linguophile, Brooke has traveled to 24 countries and lived in three; she speaks English, Spanish, French, and is learning Chinese. 


Shabnam Danesh | finance chair 

Shab has a longstanding passionate for fighting the criminal enterprise of human trafficking.  She holds a MS in criminal justice from Northeastern University and has developed an expertise in understanding trafficking trends on a international and domestic level. Shab is committed to using her legal and criminology background to contribute to the field on a research and policy level. 


FELICIA CHEN | legal chair 

Felicia is a third-year student at Harvard Law, where she is interested in the intersection between technology, entrepreneurship, and human rights. She is interested in the systems that contribute and cause trafficking, as well as the ways laws can respond. In her spare time, she enjoys playing Avalon, tae kwon do, and outdoor sports.