Jillian Kowalchuk will describe her journey through her challenges and unique opportunities as a woman in tech in building her start up, Safe & The City. Safe & The City is a free navigation app which crowdsources routes people feel safer walking and detects trends of sexual harassment to create tangible street-level changes to improve gender equality and city infrastructure.
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Technologies to Drive Gender Equality
Jillian Kowalchuk is the recipient of the Commonwealth Businesswoman Award for Most Inspiring Role Model despite only operating her company, Safe & The City for about 1-year. Jillian is an avid travel having exposure to 50 different countries and grew her experience and passion to help improve the lives of others, specifically with women. She holds an MSc in Public Health and a BA in Psychology and has worked as a global public health consultant in HIV/AIDS behaviour change campaigns and impact evaluation. Jillian’s genuine, passionate approach, unstoppable work ethic and ability to inspires has led to her accelerated success. She is a member of the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) and founding member of FemTechTalks, which regularly meets in London to discuss ways in which women can surmount the challenges they face in entrepreneurship and the technology sector.