The Food Network for Ethical Trade (FNET) board is further strengthening its governance with the announcement today of the appointment of a new position, of an Independent Non-Executive Director. The FNET Board said ‘ We are delighted to welcome Helen Moulinos to the board. Helen’s commercial, financial and entrepreneurial skills, significant director experience and passion for human rights, social justice and food system transformation is just what we need to enhance our strategic thinking and governance in this next phase of FNET’s growth’.
Helen is currently Chief Executive, of POhWER s the UK’s largest provider of independent human rights advocacy services in the UK. She is also a Board trustee of 2 organisations; Amnesty International UK, the world’s largest grassroots human rights organisation and The Civil Liberties Trust (Liberty) which is an independent organisation which challenges injustice, defends freedom and campaigns to make sure everyone in the UK is treated fairly & human rights are upheld. Helen started her career in Banking and rose quickly to director roles before transitioning into senior leadership roles in several leading charities including Stonewall, Marie Curie, and POhWER and advisory roles at Age UK, The Childrens Society and The Alzheimers Society. Her CV reflects a wealth of international experience in transforming institutions, through campaigning, strategy, investment, and partnership initiatives.
Commenting on her appointment, Helen said: “It is a privilege to join FNET as an Independent Non-Executive Director and to support its mission to promote ethical working conditions and to improve the human rights of workers within our food supply chains. I look forward to joining my colleagues on the FNET Board and collaborating with FNET members and the Executive Team to deliver positive change.”