Paloma Muñoz Quick has worked to promote business respect for human rights around the globe for over a decade.
Paloma Muñoz Quick is currently Advisor to the United Nations (UN) Working Group on Business and Human Rights' UNGPs 10+ project and Senior Consultant of UN Human Rights' B-Tech Project. In these capacities, she supports efforts to develop an ambitious vision and roadmap for implementing the UNGPs in the next decade and leads work on responsible investment in digital technologies.
In her capacity as Steering Committee member of The AI Shared Prosperity Initiative, Paloma provides strategic guidance on developing resources for companies on artificial intelligence. As Advisory Board member of First Peoples Worldwide, she supports efforts to promote collaboration between Indigenous Peoples and investors to address the impacts of companies on indigenous communities in the United States.
Prior to joining the UN, Paloma was Director of the Investor Alliance for Human Rights and Senior Advisor at the Danish Institute for Human Rights.
She holds a Master of International Affairs from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and a BA in political science also from Columbia University.