Jackie Rotman is the founder of Center for Intimacy Justice, the first advocacy nonprofit dedicated to advancing equal rules in business that treat women's sexual wellness products as equally important to men's.
Jackie has also worked on sextech investments -- in sex education and in contraception technology -- while working in venture capital with XSeed Capital and in women's health investing with Rhia Ventures (formerly called Reproductive Health Investors Alliance) and Tara Health Foundation.
Previously, Jackie founded -- at age 14 -- and nationally expanded Everybody Dance Now! (EDN!), which uses the popularity and cultural history of hip hop dance to close opportunity gaps for low-income youth and communities of color. EDN! has served more than 20,000 youth and currently offers programs in over 20 cities.
From 2014 to 2016, Jackie also headed Spark, a US-based Millennial philanthropic network focused on women and girls’ empowerment. Prior, she worked at Bridgespan, where she helped the leaders of foundations and nonprofits such as Gates Foundation accelerate their impact.
Jackie has an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and will complete her MPA at Harvard Kennedy School in Dec, 2019. She obtained her BA with University Distinction from Stanford, studying public policy.