Human Rights Co-Leader, KPMG US
Human Rights Co-Leader
Jessica Libby is a Principal in the KPMG US Trade and Customs service line and the co-leader for the Social Strategy Human Rights practice. She has held various senior level global trade compliance and supply chain roles in private industry for a Fortune 500 retailer. She worked as an international trade consultant for a customs and trade law firm, and was an attorney with the International Trade Administration in Washington, D.C.
Jessica leads KPMG’s Anti-Forced Labor Service Line, providing pragmatic support to clients as they respond to their responsible supply chain commitments, including requirements associated with the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (“UFLPA”). In this capacity, Jessica is also providing guidance to industry groups and C-Suite/Boards regarding implementation and compliance with the UFLPA.
Jessica’s diverse customs, supply chain and human rights background gives her valuable insight into the strategic and operational complexities U.S. importers face, and the opportunities available to them. She possesses extensive experience with import compliance, trade remedies, duty recoveries, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection operations.