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Leda Health: Founder Story

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Sexual assault shouldn’t be normal, but it is. We’re here to change that. We’re a survivor-run company working to stop the cycle of sexual violence. Our story is one of survival, too.

Like 1 in 4 women studying in college, I was sexually assaulted as an undergraduate. Despite my privilege, I did not end up reporting the incident. It was a bottle of black hair dye and a pixie cut that helped me heal — at least in the…

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To better help survivors, their loved ones, and the communities in which they live, this will mean changing the landscape of sexual assault prevention, care and healing.

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Madison Campbell

Madison Campbell

Madison Campbell is a CEO, sexual assault survivor, and advocates revolutionizing sexual assault resources in the United States and beyond through Leda Health.

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