Zosia Sztykowski is a London-based capacity builder currently working to launch an open data registry of beneficial ownership information from around the world. With a background in cultural analysis and feminist organizing, Zosia is dedicated to effecting policy and shifting norms to create a more equal, more open society. Before moving to London, Zosia served as the Executive Director of Collective Action for Safe Spaces (CASS), a grassroots nonprofit that empowers people in the Washington, DC area to end gender-based violence. Her work on behalf of CASS has been featured in the Washington Post, Slate, and NPR. Zosia holds an MSc in cultural sociology from the London School of Economics and a BA in political science from Tufts University.