dustries in Guatemala. Mr. Smith, a writer and educator, is a mission coworker of the Presbyterian Church (USA). He has lived and worked in Guatemala since 1977.

Anna Walker has been with the United States Council for International Business (USCIB) since September 1999. She is responsible for the Council’s activities in the areas of international labor affairs, corporate responsibility, and health care policy. As part of her responsibilities at the USCIB, Ms. Walker serves as the representative of U.S. business to the ILO as adviser to USCIB President Thomas M.T. Niles. Ms. Walker also manages USCIB efforts related to corporate responsibility, including dissemination of best practices, revision of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and implementation of the UN Global Compact with business.

Ms. Walker holds B.A. degrees in International Relations and Spanish from the University of California, Davis, and a master’s degree in International Affairs and International Economics from the Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies.

May Wong was born in Hong Kong and holds a Diploma in Sociology from Hong Kong’s Shue Yan College. She studied at the University of York in Great Britain, and earned her master’s degree in Women and Development in 1996. She has been a researcher on multinational corporations in China at the City University of Hong Kong and is currently China program officer at the Asia Monitor Resource Center, Hong Kong.

Robert Zane is the senior vice president, Manufacturing, Sourcing, Distribution and Logistics for Liz Claiborne, Incorporated, a multibrand apparel corporation with an annual sales volume of $3.6 billion. He joined Liz Claiborne in 1995.

Mr. Zane has spent 40 years in the apparel industry in various operational, consulting, and international roles. He is a member of the Fair Labor Association Board of Directors, an organization that is pioneering the independent monitoring of factories throughout the world. Mr. Zane has degrees from Brooklyn College and the Fashion Institute of Technology.

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