A Purpose Economy 100 (PE100) global changemaker, Heather Franzese has been working for 15 years to improve the lives of vulnerable workers in global supply chains. She leads the award-winning social enterprise Good World Solutions, leveraging mobile technology to give voice to factory workers and real-time data to Fortune 500 clothing and electronics companies. Since 2010, the organizationâ€™s Laborlink platform has reached over 850,000 workers in 16 countries, including China, India, Bangladesh and Brazil. Previously, Heather launched the Fair Trade Certifiedâ„¢ Apparel & Linens program in the US, a new way for consumers to vote with their dollars for an alternative to sweatshops. She brings together industry experience with Columbia Sportswear Company and field experience working with small-scale farmers in West Africa. She sits on Etsyâ€™s Manufacturing Advisory Board and holds a Masters in Economic Development from Harvard Kennedy School.