VictimsVoice is a tool that aims to fix the legal documentation burdens victims face when recalling details for reporting acts of abuse, harassment, and discrimination. It is built to meet HIPAA and VAWA compliance, as well as the strict legal standards (Daubert Standard) of court admissibility and gives complete ownership and control to the victim - no one else.
October is domestic violence awareness month. Victims Voice provides a service that makes it much easier for victims of domestic violence to document incidents of abuse. Join us to hear how Sheri Kurdakul conceived, built, and launched this social enterprise in NJ.
Founder and CEO
Sheri Kurdakul is the Founder, CEO, and SuperSHEro of VictimsVoice (EBinRA, Inc.), a tool that eases the legal documentation burdens victims face when recalling details for reporting acts of discrimination, harassment, and abuse.
Sheri Kurdakul is the Founder, CEO, and SuperSHEro of VictimsVoice, a tool that eases the legal documentation burdens victims face when recalling details for reporting acts of discrimination, harassment, and abuse.
Prior to founding VictimsVoice, Sheri worked with startup companies, implementing their operational infrastructure and go-to-market strategies. She was the Managing Partner of Holistic Business Solutions, a small business and nonprofit consulting firm, volunteered as Marketing and Technical Advisor for the NJ Farm to School Network, and acted as the Operational Event Manager for the National Farm to Cafeteria Conference.
Sheri has served on the board of Urban Tree Connection in Philadelphia, PA and mentors professionals in the area of marketing strategy, effective networking, and personal branding.
Sheri is a FounderGym graduate, for which she won a Google for Startups scholarship, and was recently named as a semi-finalist for Startup of the Year. She has been a Startup Grind member for several years.
And finally, she likes to be followed (pause) - on social @VIctimsVoiceApp
Startup Grind Princeton
I've been doing startups since long before they were cool. My passions include startups, data science, and coffee.
My latest venture, Board++ breaks glass ceilings, diversifies startup boards, and develops our next generation of leaders by placing corporate executives from underrepresented groups on startup boards. I founded the Startup Grind Princeton chapter in 2014 and live in downtown Princeton.