The Singularity University Women’s Impact Network (WIN) is working to increase access to the information and tools that enable women and female identifying folks to reach their highest potential and come together in community, solidarity, and collective action.
To meet these aims, WIN is launching an Exponential Equity Webinar series which will feature people working on solutions related to gender, diversity, inclusion, justice, and equity—and how to scale these efforts exponentially. WIN is kicking off this series by addressing the topic of “Leveraging Technology to Support Sexual Assault Survivors.” In this on-demand webinar, you’ll hear an important dialogue between Jessica Ladd, founder of Project Callisto, and Elie Losleben Calhoun, founder of the Rape Crisis Counseling app, along with SU’s Molly Pyle and Stacy Maldonado, co-chairs of WIN.
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At Singularity University, we are united in our common purpose to empower a diverse global community of nearly 200,000 leaders, entrepreneurs, and inspired solvers working to tackle humanity’s most urgent challenges and achieve success in an era of unprecedented disruption. We support our community and clients through empathy and acceptance, and we are cultivating a new kind of customer hero through our innovative and transformative programs. Fulfilling our mission entails a commitment to inclusivity, diversity, and genuine acceptance.
To that end, we will hire, promote, work alongside, cheer for, bond with, and warmly welcome into the SU family all persons without regard to ethnic and racial identity, indigenous heritage, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status.
Jessica Ladd is Founder and CEO of Callisto, a nonprofit that created the first trauma-informed sexual assault reporting platform that detects serial perpetrators. She’s had a distinguished career in education, public policy, nonprofit leadership, and social entrepreneurship, founding and leading several ventures in the fields of public health and sexual health. Jessica holds a PhD in Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases and an MPH in Epidemiology and Health Communication from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and also earned credentials from Stanford University and Harvard’s Kennedy School in nonprofit leadership and exponential fundraising, respectively.
Elie Losleben Calhoun leads technology projects that span more than a dozen emerging economies in Africa, Asia, and Latin America aimed at lifting vulnerable populations out of poverty. Her company, Code Innovation, has been funded to do this work by UNICEF, the UK Department of International Development and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Elie also applies the latest research to create cutting-edge leadership development programs and wellness workshops around the world for corporate leaders, changemakers and entrepreneurs. Elie has a BA from the American University in Cairo and a Masters of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University. As a member of the SU faculty, Elie is a regular contributor to Singularity University’s Executive Program and the Global Startup Program.