Carol Wills
WFTO Honorary Member

Carol Wills worked for the Oxfam GB Bridge Programme for many years.  From 1997 to 2005 she was the Executive Director of IFAT (which later became the WFTO).   She was then made an Honorary Member.  For ten years Carol worked as a Fair Trade consultant for WIEGO where she co-wrote "Trading our Way Up -Women Organising for Fair Trade" and "Building Capacity for Change:  Developing Women's Leadership and Business Skills".  Most recently she has coordinated WFTO's Gender Research as part of the Trade Fair Live Fair Project.  

Erinch Sahan
Chief Executive, WFTO Global

Erinch Sahan is the Chief Executive of the World Fair Trade Organization, the global community of over 300 Fair Trade enterprises in over 70 countries. Prior to the WFTO, he spent 7 years at Oxfam leading campaign and advocacy teams, and founding Oxfam’s Future of Business Initiative. He has worked in business, law and government and lectured on sustainable business at a range of universities. Originally from Turkey, Erinch grew up in Australia and has worked across Europe, Asia and Africa.

Helen Lockie
Product Design Consultant

Helen Lockie is a freelance product designer with over twenty five years of experience of working in international development. Her expertise is skill sharing and collaborating in product development with craftspeople throughout the world. Helen’s career has taken her to India, SE Asia, Africa, as well as several European countries. She creates opportunities for craftspeople to access international markets and so provide a sustainable livelihood for them and their families. She has a passion to share with craftspeople her knowledge and understanding of design trends to help them attain a prominent position in the worldwide market place.

Helga Duhou
Responsible policy and producer support in Asia, Oxfam-Wereldwinkels Fair Trade

For 15 years Helga has been guiding small scale rice and tea producers and small social craft businesses towards organic and Fair Trade production in Peru, Vietnam, Laos, and Nepal. For the last 6 years, she has been based in Belgium working in Oxfam-Wereldwinkels Fair Trade. Helga supports producer organizations in Asia on their way towards the international (Fair Trade) market. Simultaneously, she does research on the unfair regulations in international trade and develop recommendations for policy makers.

Llenay Ferrati
Founder, Bhavana World Project

With more than twenty years of experience in SME international business development, with extensive experience in Fair Trade standards and certification, artisan craft preservation and development has been at the forefront of Llenay Ferretti’s career. In 2011, Llenay founded Bhavana World Project, Inc. a social enterprise specializing in trade development and skills training for artisans with a focus on the socio-economic advancement of women through trade. Previously, Llenay served as Executive Director for Ten Thousand Villages, a fair-trade non-profit working with 130 companies around the globe using trade as a pathway to poverty alleviation. Prior to this, Llenay served as Vice President at Liz Claiborne Inc., leading brand development for their largest division.

Rain Morgan
Co-founder, Turqle Trading, South Africa

Rain Morgan has been involved in Fair Trade (or, in the beginning, Alternative Trade), since 1976. Roughly, the first 20 years in handicraft and training, the last 20 years, in food. Rain and Pieter Swart are the founders of Turqle Trading in South Africa. Turqle Trading is an umbrella organisation that exports fair trade food from South Africa. Inside WFTO, Rain has responsibility for the Fair Payment Working Group and is the WFTO Representative in the International Living Wage Conversation.