Nada Van Schouwenburg

Nada joined Women Win in February 2021 as a programmes specialist focusing on the Win-Win strategies portfolio of strengthening women’s economic resilience and empowerment. In her role, she focuses on private sector engagement in the Netherlands, monitoring and evaluation of the programmes and communication of results.

Over the past years, Nada has been working both in the private as well as in non-profit sector on making international supply chains more sustainable and fair.  She has worked on a diverse range of projects regarding the improvement of working conditions and more fair trading practices. In particular, she has put much energy towards the issue of living wages and also coordinated the Living Wage Lab, an initiative bringing together companies and NGOs to increase wages throughout the supply chain.

Equality and fair international trade are topics she feels very passionate about. Ensuring that every girl and women across the globe are empowered to exercise her rights is therefore both a personal and professional goal.

Although Nada considers herself a true ‘Rotterdammer’, she is quite internationally oriented and lived in both London and Singapore for study purposes. In her free time, she enjoys horse riding, spending time outdoors, playing games with friends and going for mini-adventures and trips.