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Summit Speakers on Day 1

Once again we welcome experts from around the world to participate in the INHOPE Summit 2023. Our hybrid conference will run over two days. The first day of the Summit will examine core safety considerations, what available training is in place today across departments and how to create open engagement between stakeholders from product and policy.

Get to know the organisations and speakers from Day 1 which will be hybrid (online and in-person).

Speaker Biographies

Jason Barry, Meta
Jason Barry joined the Legal team at Facebook/ Meta in April 2014, where he serves as the Trust and Safety Manager for the Americas at Facebook. He is responsible for strategic engagement with law enforcement and governments in the Americas and covers Meta’s child safety work globally. Jason was a Special Agent with Homeland Security Investigations prior to joining Facebook/ Meta where he served in International Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City and as a Special Agent in San Francisco. Jason specialised in investigations that involved child exploitation and human trafficking.

Jean-Christophe Le Toquin, INHOPE
Jean-Christophe Le Toquin (Point de Contact, France) is an advisor to tech companies, with a track record in developing trustworthy multi-stakeholder initiatives on cybersecurity and against cybercrime. He is President of Point de Contact since 2018.

Antigone Davis, Meta
Antigone Davis is Meta's Vice President and Global Head of Safety. Antigone works with internal teams at Meta, NGOs, experts and policymakers to ensure Meta is an online safety leader. She spearheads its Safety Advisory Council, Global Safety Network and several expert advisory groups. She has served on boards for the Tech Coalition, FOSI, NCMEC, NNEDV, NCVC and WePROTECT. Prior to Facebook, she was Senior Advisor to a State Attorney General where she established its first privacy unit and led the NAAG presidential initiative Privacy in the Digital Age. In addition to her legal degree she has an MA in education and has spent the better part of her career focused on child-related issues.

Sean Litton, Tech Coalition
Sean Litton is the Executive Director of the Tech Coalition (TC), the organization leading the tech industry's fight against online sexual abuse and exploitation of children with over 30 member tech companies committed to the fight. Sean has worked on the front line of child protection for over 20 years, serving as the Global President of the International Justice Mission before joining the TC in 2021. Passionately committed to protecting children, Sean focuses his and the Tech Coalition's efforts on achieving tangible results to reduce the prevalence of abuse and safeguard children looking to enjoy the same online tools and services we all use to connect, share, and learn.

Annie Mullins, Yubo
Annie Mullins is the Independent Safety Advisor for Yubo, a live streaming service for Gen Z. With a 25-year background in child welfare and child protection in social work and academia, she has held senior executive positions at Yahoo! and Vodafone. Annie is a former Expert Advisor to the Panel on Children’s Viewing for the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC), a founding member of the digital industry’s ICT Coalition for Children Online in Europe, a previous board member of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety, a Board Member of the UK Press Recognition Panel and a Board Member of the Technology Coalition representing Yubo.

Lauren Coffren, NCMEC
Lauren Coffren is an Executive Director of the Exploited Children Division at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) in Alexandria, Virginia, and has been with NCMEC since 2006. Ms. Coffren oversees the Exploited Children Division operations including the CyberTipline and the Child Victim Identification Program.

Savannah Badalich, Discord
Savannah Badalich is the Policy Director at Discord. Her role focuses on ensuring belonging for Discord's communities through content policy, responsible product development, and public policy. She previously worked at Twitter as a Sr. Product Trust Partner in Trust and Safety, where she led work to build healthy recommendation systems and policies. Prior to Twitter, her work centred around human rights advocacy, anti-violence organising, and civic tech development.

Delight Roberts, Microsoft
Delight Roberts is an attorney working in the Digital Safety Office at Microsoft. In her current role on the Public Policy and Partnerships team, she works to advance digital safety priorities around the world through public policy engagement and partnerships with key stakeholders. During her 16-year tenure at Microsoft, Delight has worked on numerous digital safety issues and has extensive experience and expertise in the areas of law, digital safety, privacy, and external affairs.

Ravi Sinha, Meta
Ravi joined Meta in February 2020 and works on child safety across the company. Before Meta, Ravi was a federal prosecutor with the United States Department of Justice for over nine years. At DOJ, he prosecuted complex and international child exploitation and sex trafficking cases, including while serving in the DOJ’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS) and while supervising the Oregon U.S. Attorney's Office's Organized and Violent Crime Unit.

Jonathan Purnell, Nurdle
Jonathan Purnell is a data scientist, previously in the digital marketing and trust & safety industries with experience as a research scientist in computer science. He has developed systems leveraging machine learning, deep learning, and distributed programming to deliver AI solutions at scale. He has worked on AI systems at Microsoft, Krux, and Salesforce. At Spectrum Labs, his team developed state-of-the-art AI solutions to detect toxic and healthy behaviours in user-generated chat as well as identify potentially dangerous users and long-term conversations. Currently, he is heading the team at Nurdle to help other companies launch their own LLM/AI solutions for a wide range of applications. He is based in the Boston area.

Jun Young Ro, NAVER Z (ZEPETO)
Jun previously worked as the investigations lead at Google, director of trust and safety at TikTok, financial crime investigations manager (anti-money laundering & counter-terrorist financing) at BNP Paribas & JPMorgan Chase, and intelligence analyst at the Department of Homeland Security. He received his Masters of Advanced Study in Criminology, Law, and Society from the University of California, Irvine, and B.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland, College Park. Jun is also serving as a board member for a SOSA (Safe from Online Sex Abuse) and Selective Service System of the US.

Debbie Garner
Debbie Garner is a technology advocate educating law enforcement executives about the need to modernize their agencies - mainly in the digital forensics arena - and leading a global discussion on collaboration and the use of technology in the fight against child sexual exploitation. She was previously the Solutions Evangelist for Grayshift and the ICAC Commander for the State of Georgia.

David Hunter, Crisp
David Hunter is Vice President of Product at Crisp, a Kroll business. He has spent the past decade working closely with Trust & Safety teams, and applying those experiences to Crisp's Platform Trust & Safety product suite. Today he provides risk intelligence solutions for leading social media, gaming, media and entertainment companies to stay ahead of the ever-evolving set of risk areas that threaten user safety and the integrity of their platforms. He is a leading expert in OSINT, social media and bad actor tradecraft. David is a passionate advocate for the protection of children online, speaking globally at events on innovations in safety tech.

Ebony Tucker, TikTok
Ebony Tucker is the Exploitation and Abuse Partnerships Lead at TikTok. She has worked in sexual abuse prevention and response for over fifteen years, providing legal services to survivors and leading policy initiatives. Ebony has also served as an expert advisor to the Biden Foundation, Peace Corps, Uber, and SafeSport.

Michelle DeLaune, NCMEC
Michelle DeLaune is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. During her tenure at NCMEC, she witnessed first-hand the evolving threats that face our children and has expanded NCMEC's programmatic response to both missing and exploited children. As a leader, DeLaune has implemented child sex trafficking recovery planning, championed multiple survivor expert working groups, testified before the U.S. Congress, and advocated globally on efforts to combat the sexual exploitation of children.

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Summit Speakers on Day 1

Get to know the speakers from Day 1 which will be hybrid (online and in-person)