Co-Founder, Executive Director
Erika obtained a dual degree in Linguistics and Molecular and Cell Biology from UC Berkeley.
She was one of the key whistleblowers that reported Theranos to health regulators. Her report subsequently led to the shutdown of Theranos’ clinical lab which prevented the company from providing false medical results to thousands of patients. This account is covered in the book Bad Blood by John Carreryrou, 60 Minutes, ABC Podcast: The Drop Out, and Alex Gibney’s documentary The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley.
She went on to become the Program Director of Betatron a technology accelerator based in Hong Kong.
Luke was raised in Qatar. The first in his family to enter higher education, he completed a master’s in economic history in 2011 at the University of Manchester, UK before working for a United Nations policy watchdog in New York. He later worked for the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Gamboa, Panama, and then in Colombia provided protective accompaniment for Colombian activists in combat zones with the Fellowship of Reconciliation.
He is currently completing a law degree at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, where he has worked with Corporate Accountability Lab and founded the Northwestern Student Mental Health Alliance and the Law Students Mental Health National Alliance.
Head of Accounting
Swan is a well-known super-connector in the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Shenzhen, China. She had a social enterprise on WeChat helping ex-pats navigate and understand Mainland China while also providing locals an opportunity to improve their English called Ringy001.
Advisor to the Website
Visiting Professor at NYU
CEO at Flux Biosciences
CEO & SVP Business at Estimote
Kaya allan sugerman
Illegal toxic threats program director at CEH