With technology being integrated into almost every aspect of life, finally it finds its place in improving sexual health. By addressing risky behaviors such as unsafe sex, apps and their designers are seeking new ways of limiting STD’s and HIV/AIDS. These public health tools are all new to the scene and determined to make sex safer without compromising sexiness.
Jeanine Becker leverages her experience in technology deals and her passion for using technology for impact to help social enterprises develop the strategies and strategic partnerships necessary to meet their mission.
As VP, Strategy & Partnerships at ISIS Ventures & YTH.org, Jeanine is engaged in the collaborative development and commercialization of web and mobile platforms for informing and engaging youth, teens and women in their health and reproductive choices. With free contraceptive coverage now mandated by the Affordable Care Act, and 15 million new women having access to coverage, at Health 2.0 Jeanine focused her demo on ISIS’s app to make medical contraception easy to access.
Jeanine started her career focused on health policy as a Legislative Assistant for a Member of Congress and as an associate at Arent Fox. After graduating from Stanford Law School, she has represented start ups and Fortune 100 companies, including serving as an associate at WSGR and Lead Software Counsel at Motorola Mobility, a Google Company. Jeanine is also a Lecturer at Stanford Law School having taught Negotiation, as well as Business Transactions, Technology & Social Enterprise.