Building meaningful technologies.

Kindfulness at the heart of innovation.

Partnerships – Across The Globe – To End Human Trafficking

What We Do

We discover, fund, develop and deploy innovation and technologies that solves issues that align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, building global collaborations. We prioritize the protection of vulnerable populations, particularly children, enabling prosecution of crimes and preventing the spread of harm.

We work with some of the most exciting and innovative businesses in fintech, cybersecurity, blockchain, AI and crypto.

 

Building a kinder world takes expertise and determination.

Human Trafficking is a $150 billion a year business globally.

We identify companies like yours with amazing technologies and together we fight against modern slavery. 

Your business might not be addressing complex social issues yet. Our team is here to accompany you and your team on the Innovation For Good journey.

 

Push-Pull Factors of Human-Trafficking
by Innovation-for-good.com

Competing On Equal Footing

The factors involved in the Human Trafficking industry are numerous. Each factor intersects and overlaps, supports and undermines each other.

Our technologies are able to work with complex data sets and identify patterns that can help tackle one by one, the push-pull factors of human trafficking, making it harder for traffickers to work and nearly impossible for vulnerable populations to fall into modern slavery. We believe it is possible to end human trafficking and we are challenging the tech industry every day to join the movement.

A new cohort of CEOs and leaders is emerging. Like us, they believe in our vission: Humanity before profit. 

Our mission and vision are often shared by tech professional and CEOs and while they are driving their business toward success, they rely on Innovation For Good to develop and deploy their technologies to help our humanitarian projects.

The Team

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Jax Harrison

Founder and CEO of Innovation For Good Inc. and Stop Child Traffic.

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John Philpin

John Philpin worked in CXO suites in the heart of Silicon Valley for most of his career, developing, selling and marketing complex solutions to large enterprises and government across the world, most recently leading the sale of a public company, where he was CEO.

Carrie Nikitin

5 times CEO with two successful exits, serial investor, advisor in the health/wellness, tech and energy spaces,  Carrie also sits on several boards of both investment organizations and startups.  

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Neila Romdane

UX Designer and Project manager

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Innovation for Good Inc. supports charity organization StopChildTraffic.org 

Together we are working to protect and prevent women and children from being trafficked. SCT focuses on prevention and crime fighting through the power of education, innovation and technology, while we focus on discovering, developing and deploying innovative technologies and creating partnerships.