Acivilate is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company committed to reducing recidivism. They are united in the mission to improve outcomes for everyone involved in criminal justice, from law enforcement and the courts, to correctional and supervision officers, human service professionals and faith-based volunteers, and most importantly, the returning citizen and their family.
Louise Wasilewski, CEO
Louise Wasilewski is CEO of Acivilate, a social enterprise providing rehabilitation software to criminal justice agencies. Pokket helps justice agencies work with human services agencies to improve outcomes for returning citizens by engaging them in their own rehabilitation. Wasilewski has spent twenty-five years in technology innovation introducing streaming TV and operating secure cloud-based services. Her experience includes KPMG Consulting, and operational and technical responsibilities at Cox Communications. Wasilewski held sales, marketing, business development and product management roles at various technology vendors including four startups, such as N2Broadband, acquired by Tandberg Television for $120m.
Louise Wasilewski is a member of the DeKalb County Reentry and Recidivism Steering Committee in metro Atlanta, the Greater Gwinnett Reentry Alliance, the Integrated Justice Information Systems Institute and the National Criminal Justice Association. She has spoken at the American Correctional Association and the American Probation and Parole Association on the use of technology in correctional settings, and was published in Policy and Practice, the magazine for Health and Human Services professionals. She is passionate about improving criminal justice outcomes because it is an issue that has affected her family.
Ms. Wasilewski holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Systems Engineering from Southampton University and an MBA from Emory University. She holds four patents.