Activism & Gender Equity
About Madison Campbell
A fierce activist and gender equality advocate, Madison Campbell has used her personal experience, her professional expertise, and her fire for helping others to build a career where she can help other people be informed and empowered in their healthcare decisions. As the Co-Founder and CEO of Leda Health – the survivor company created for survivors by survivors – Madison wants to curb the shortcomings of the system surrounding sexual assault services, give a voice to the voiceless, and provide survivors with the resources and care needed to recover.
Madison Campbell is a sexual assault advocate and a technological innovator who has married together her talents in bioinformatics, women’s health, technology, entrepreneurship, public health, and epidemiology to create a company that is revolutionizing the way we approach sexual assault care, prevention, and advocacy. Leda Health Company’s flagship product is a self-administered, HIPAA-compliant, sexual assault examination kit that helps restore survivors’ autonomy and reinstill their freedom of choice. Originally called MeToo Kit, Leda Health Company is more than just a “kit company”; with a focus on a holistic approach and proper care, Madison Campbell and the team at Leda ensure that survivors have what they need, including verification of efficient and reasonable collection and testing services and providing survivors with the option to participate in a community of survivors to receive support, help, and advocacy.
Madison Campbell’s Experience
Madison Campbell has had considerable educational experience, beginning at the Université Paris-Sorbonne in France, where she studied International Business and Fashion. From there, she studied Public Health, Mathematical Biology, and Epidemiology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Hampshire College, the latter of which being where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree. Madison also studied Cognitive Science at the University of Edinburgh. Throughout her education and career, she has amassed remarkable experience in areas including cognitive neuroscience, public policy, machine learning, marketing, healthcare, infectious disease, commercial aviation, and more.
While in her undergraduate at Hampshire College, she focused specifically on diseases that occur in space populations. Madison fully believes that utilizing research about how viruses spread in space could help us potentially find the cure to previously incurable diseases, like cancer; in fact, she gave a TEDx Talk on Viruses in space, discussing how crucial it is to study illnesses in astronauts and combine that research with what we know about how diseases spread on earth.