About the Author

Esha Chhabra

Esha Chhabra

Writer

Esha covers social enterprise, technology for impact, B Corps and development. She contributes to a number of international and national publications such as The Guardian, New York Times, Take Part, Forbes, and more.

She has been awarded four grants from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting as well as two reporting fellowships from the UN Foundation. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and a Rotary Scholar from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

When she's not traveling, she enjoys relaxing at her southern California residence, hiking, yoga, and cooking.

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Articles by Esha Chhabra

Why Economic Empowerment for Women Is Fashionable

Clothing

Why Economic Empowerment for Women Is Fashionable

Barrett Ward, co-founder of lifestyle brand Fashionable, is discovering that employing women in underdeveloped communities to create unique scarves, jewelry and more is a key to those women’s economic empowerment and creates longer-lasting change than charity alone.

Worker Abuse Is Out of Fashion

Engagement

Worker Abuse Is Out of Fashion

Several Indian factories from the ethical fashion industry have incorporated employee engagement as a way to improve workers’ lives, which has increased employee retention and their businesses’ success.