Genevieve is currently studying Risk and Resilience at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She is the co-founder of bespoke jewelry studio, Hume Atelier, bridging mining policy with ethical sourcing. Genevieve has worked extensively with artisanal miners across South America and Africa, and has collaborated with organizations such as USAID, the UN, and the OECD. Her fieldwork has centered on land tenure, resource management and poverty reduction initiatives. She has facilitated traceable and transparent supply chains to develop peace-based economies with the aim of mitigating risk in post-conflict mining regions. Genevieve has taught intercultural communication at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada and Kaospilot in Denmark, Colombia and South Africa. She has taught Ethical Sourcing in Design at the Pratt Institute and the Rhode Island School of Design. Genevieve holds a Bachelor of Human Kinetics in Interdisciplinary Health and Human Service, and a Master of Arts in Intercultural and International Communication.