Ms Freya Jansens
Roden Cutler NSW John Monash Scholar
Masters of Business Administration
Business and Economics
Fashion, Sustainability, Labour Exploitation, Women's policy, public policy in Australia
Freya has a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours from the University of Sydney, with her now-published thesis winning the Australian Political Studies Association 'Women and Politics' award. She recently completed her MBA at the University of Oxford as a John Monash Scholar, Rotary Global Grant Scholar, and a Forte Fellow. During her degree, Freya led the winning team in the Global Opportunities and Threats Oxford research competition, presenting a 'closed loop' fashion supply chain, integrating garment worker rights with the drive to increase the transition to sustainable materials. She also won the international Map the System systems thinking competition for her team's mapping of modern slavery and violence against women in Papua New Guinea. Her work currently focuses on using technology to create transparency in the fashion industry supply chain, while working at a policy level to address labour exploitation in global supply chains and transform Australia's Fashion Industry into a best practice model.