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- Jo Paoletti Associate Professor of American Studies, University of Maryland; Author of the Blog, "Nice White Lady: Ethical Fashion and Conscious Consumption"
- Sean Schmidt Co-Founder and Lifestyle Ambassador, Sustainable Style Foundation
- Priya Patel Advocate for eco-friendly fashion; Founder, Fashion for Development
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