Kimberly Rogovin is the Senior Seafood Campaign Coordinator at GLJ-ILRF since January 2019, leading the organization's program to advance workers’ rights in the global seafood industry, with a focus on Southeast and East Asian nations. Kimberly has a decade of experience working on labor rights, migration and human trafficking issues in Asia, having managed programs at the ILO in Myanmar on labor trafficking, at the Karen Human Rights Group on human rights violations in Southeastern Myanmar, and at the Issara Institute, where she led research, worker voice and technology initiatives to support Myanmar, Cambodian and Lao migrant workers in the seafood industry in Thailand. Kimberly served as an advisor for the ILO Guidelines Concerning the Measurement of Forced Labour released in 2018. She holds a B.A in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University and a M.A. in Human Rights Studies from Columbia University.