Executive Director and Founder
Liz Lee is an award-winning social entrepreneur. Liz currently leads strategy, fundraising, and partnerships as the founder and Executive Director of Online SOS, as a fierce and passionate advocate committed to empowering those who face online harassment. Liz recently won NBC Comcast’s Pitch for Purpose contest and Voqal’s R&D Challenge, in addition to garnering support from institutional philanthropic funders. Before launching Online SOS, Liz was a principal at Morgan Stanley’s Alternative Investment Partners private equity and venture capital practice and cofounder and COO of a mobile social startup. She graduated with honors from UPenn Wharton and is a proud NYC native and alum of Hunter College High School, home of Justice Kagan and Lin Manuel.
Leona Hu Hudelson
Technology Product Lead
Leona is a design technologist, product leader, and entrepreneur who designs and builds online communities and automation tools to improve online discourse and amplify human creativity. Leona has led the design, development, and launch of innovation products for companies from early-stage startups to Fortune 500 companies such as SAP Innovation Labs, Apple, and Autodesk. At Online SOS, Leona helps research, strategize, design, and build effective and scalable technology to combat online abuse. She is also an active open source contributor in the area of social computing.
Advisor - Operations
Stephanie Usry has a demonstrated history of creating people programs to help companies grow. From her time as one of the first employees at HotelTonight to her current role coaching and developing engineering leaders at Pure Storage, Stephanie understands what it’s like to be an employee, manager, and leader in high-growth and quickly changing organizations. As a coach to executives and leadership teams, Stephanie works to help organizations evolve to meet the needs of their changing workforce while obtaining business results.
Advisor - Legal
Steven Pong specializes in antitrust and commercial litigation, and has counseled large private and public sector clients in international fora. He has worked in-house with technology organizations on international free expression, intellectual property, and privacy disputes before the French Conseil d’Etat and Canadian Supreme Court.