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Keeping women safe is a step towards gender equality and global impact

Vanessa Karel July 12, 2022

Two women of color are embarking on a journey to create a world with less risks for women. Vanessa Karel is the founder of Greether: a travel platform enabling women to navigate the world safely in over 80+ countries. Kimberly Evans, founder and CEO of Justher Rideshare has taken the difficult task to create navigation and transportation less vulnerable and safer for women.

This session is to spark a conversation about their discoveries through this journey, the research and statistics indicating how much change could come if women felt and were safer.




Meta Themes

  • Deliver Equity and Inclusion

  • Justice


Sustainable tourism through female empowerment Enabling opportunities for women in tourism is good for businesses. Women traveling the world has positive social impact Technology enhanced services opportunities in developing countries Traveling as a vehicle for peace and better multicultural relations Opening the doors to travelers in harder to reach destinations Women’s safety Safe navigation Global impact

Purpose and Desired Outcome

Create consciousness as to why creating a more sustainable and equal world for women is good business, it's good for the world, local economies and even contamination!


  • Entrepreneurs

  • Accelerators & Incubators

  • Government

  • Artists & Culture-makers

  • Service Providers


  • NameVanessa Karel
  • TitleFounder CEO
  • OrganizationGreether
  • StatusConfirmed
  • NameKimberly Evans
  • TitleFounder CEO
  • OrganizationJustHer
  • StatusInvited
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