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Hunter Wagenaar

founder & ceo
Realizing the immense impact that a lacking health education had on his identity development and conceptions of sexuality as a gay man, Hunter is imagining a new future for students and parents.

His journey related to health education has included peer education as the founder of HISE at UVA and policy advocacy as the Director of Communications for the Virginia Coalition on Sex Ed Reform. In his free time he is pursuing an Accelerated Masters of Public Policy.
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Julia Kenner

director of curriculum
Julia Kenner is a Charlottesville, Virginia local who graduated from Drew University in 2021 with Specialized Honors in Sociology and was awarded the James O’Kane Award for excellence in Sociology. Recognizing a pattern in the lack of sexual health and basic consent knowledge among her peers throughout high school and college, she dedicated her studies to exploring the many issues in current systems of health education.

In her senior year, she wrote a thesis, now published, titled “‘Boys Masturbate, Girls Menstruate': Reforming and Reframing Sex Education in the United States.” Julia is committed to addressing class and racial disparities in sex education, as well as empowering people of all genders, sexualities, and abilities to develop healthy relationships with themselves and with others.

the advisors

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Anna Roubos

Anna is an entrepreneur and communications executive with over a decade of experience helping technology startups reach their full potential. In 2017, Anna founded Table Public Relations, a full service communications and business advisory firm focused on fintech and SaaS companies, acquired by Just Drive media in 2020.

Anna has advised, led and been in the trenches with dozens of successful startup teams including Robinhood, Credit Karma, Very Good Security, DigitalOcean, Gatsby, Pagaya, Adyen, Tilt (acquired by Airbnb) and Omni (acquired by Coinbase).

Anna holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies. She lives in Alameda, California with her husband, daughter and cat.
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Madison Campbell

Madison Campbell is a young sexual assault advocate and technological innovator hoping to revolutionize the ways in which sexual assault is handled on a holistic scale. She is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Leda Health, formerly known as MeToo Kits Company.

In 2019, Madison co-founded MeToo Kits Company in Brooklyn, New York in order to create a system meant to solve the issues with how sexual assault is managed. She saw some fundamental problems, such as the fact that in the United States, 77% of sexual assaults are not reported and that there are only 1,231 registered sexual assault nurse examiners. She also considered how survivors feel physically and mentally and the impact this has on reporting.

While the initial idea was an at-home sexual assault examination kit, Madison and her co-founder Liesel realized that much more work must be done in order to resolve the widespread issues. Using her experience with mathematical modeling and epidemiology as well as policy and women’s rights, Madison determined that MeToo Kits Company was ready to evolve.

Thus, from MeToo Kits grew Leda Health - the survivor company. Under the new name, the company is seeking to not only revolutionize forensic collection and testing but also to connect survivors with medical professionals and supportive communities to aid them in their recovery process. For sexual assault survivors, the restoration of autonomy and the administration of care is of the utmost importance. This is what Madison, and Leda Health, aim to achieve.

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