Location: 300 Carnegie Center, Suite 150, Princeton, New Jersey, United States United States
Founded in: 2018
Stage: Revenue generating
Number of employees: 1-5
Funding history:
- Date: 06/2019, Seed: undisclosed amount
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Victims Voice solves a a crucial problem for domestic violence victims - capturing and protecting the strongest possible evidence. Sheri Kurdakul, the CEO, is smart, dedicated, industrious, and humble. She's a capable, inclusive manager and a marketing wizard. I'm proud to serve as an advisor to Victims Voice.



Giving Victims a Legal Voice
Princeton, New Jersey, United States United States

Giving Victims a Legal Voice - the @VictimsVoiceApp is a digital diary for victims to #Record2Remember each incident of abuse and it meets the strictest legal standards of court admissibility. Victims: Never forced to tell, but ready if you want or need to.

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Company description

VictimsVoice is a tool that aims to fix the legal documentation burdens victims face when recalling details for reporting acts of abuse, harassment, and discrimination. It meets the strict legal standards (Daubert Standard) of court admissibility and gives complete ownership and control to the victim - no one else.


  • Sheri Kurdakul
    Sheri Kurdakul | Team member
    I am a SuperSHEro, a #Fierce defender of victims rights to be heard, believed, and to seek justice.
Business model

Our Consumer market is a $39.95 annual subscription direct to the victim. Our B2B is bulk activation cards 50 or more at $30.00 sold to institutions that support victims. Just in the domestic violence space, we’re looking at a 1.25B obtainable market with room to grow in our additional outreach markets.

Competitive advantage

Having an advisor who provides us entry into Native American Tribal Courts gives us a key advantage over our competition. Unlike others, our technology is already built to enter new verticals without new development. And meeting all the federally regulated standards means no 3rd party access, which has garnered increased support from victims and the organizations that serve them.