Often our business model, providing an app with most of its functionality for free while charging a subscription for more premium versions, seems counterintuitive at first. So, given how we value transparency and interdependence on one another, we thought we’d explain directly. Unlike many apps, we do our best to minimize any in-app advertising, and […]
About Hannah Joslin
Hannah Joslin is the Editor in Chief of Ulzi. She's a passionate journalism and publishing grad with a love for design, reading, boxing, and making an impact on the world with the most powerful tool: writing.
Entries by Hannah Joslin
News today sucks. And while thoughts like “Why am I reading about Kim Kardashian’s latest scandal instead of the slave trade in Libya??” are perfectly fair questions to ask yourself and the media, I want to hone in on something more specific here: media coverage of the anti-sexual assault movement, and content warnings. This movement, […]
Ulzi’s mission to spread awareness about sexual assault is reaching California schools faster than we could have imagined. At Cal Poly, 100% of members from 8 Greek life chapters have already committed to taking a stand against sexual assault by downloading the Ulzi app when it’s released. We caught up with the members and presidents […]
Ulzi is a free community-based safety app to make you, your loved ones, and your community safer. It all started with an awareness movement; now survivors, lawmakers, law enforcement, schools, counselors, and various organizations and other supporters are helping us promote awareness and safety at the same time. This is our origin story, but now, […]