Zorka Milin is a senior legal advisor with Global Witness, working to improve transparency and accountability in the extraction of natural resources. She is also a visiting fellow at Yale University, with the Global Justice Program and with the Information Society Project, and sits on the board of the Academics Stand Against Poverty network. She represents civil society stakeholders on the tax working group in the US Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) and is a member of the OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Monitoring Group of tax experts. She is originally from Serbia and has practiced international tax law for six years with two major global law firms. She frequently speaks on transparency, grand corruption and tax justice and has given numerous invited addresses, including at the World Bank, University of Vienna, University of California in Los Angeles and Yale University. She holds degrees in international relations from Yale, international and comparative law from Cornell Law School and mathematics from Grinnell College. Her article “Global Tax Justice and the Resource Curse: What Do Corporations Owe?” appears in the inaugural issue of peer-reviewed academic journal Moral Philosophy and Politics.