Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights
Serra Cremer is a consultant at the Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights and the co-lead of the extractives focus area, a role for which she has researched, written and presented extensively on child labor issues in the cobalt mining industry in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Trained as a corporate lawyer with a background in M&A and project finance, Serra brings her experience representing businesses and advising senior management to the interdisciplinary field of business and human rights. Serra continues to work as a global communication coach to executives at multinational corporations and to date, she has provided over 3,000 hours of consultancy and coaching services to corporate professionals. She also heads communications, marketing and training functions at Löning – Human Rights & Responsible Business, an international management consultancy firm specialized in human rights.
Serra is a member of the New York Bar Association and holds a Juris Doctor degree from Fordham University School of Law and a double major Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies from New York University.