Our Mission

Imagine a world that is safer, less violent, and more peaceful. 10 for Humanity™ isn’t just imagining it: we’re creating it! 10 for Humanity™ is committed to reducing acts of violence and crime by 10% over the next decade by developing 10 new technologies that will help stop rape, domestic violence and bullying—and even save lives!


Our Products


Tiger Eye Security Sensor™ (TESS) is a hands-free and head up, voice-activated wearable device that detects when the wearer calls out for help. When automatically or manually activated, the device, using Bluetooth technology and the user’s mobile phone, instantly connects with a live operator who identifies the nature of the call, verbally warns the perpetrator to leave the scene and summons police to the user’s GPS location At the same time, TESS™ begins recording events to help identify and prosecute the perpetrator. Photographic images and audio recordings are sent to the cloud, to avoid loss of evidence at the scene.

TESS™ is designed to interrupt and prevent assaults and attacks, save lives and provide actionable evidence for law enforcement to use.

Please visit our Tiger Eye Sensor, Inc. website for more information.


CJ Scarlet

Founder & President

CJ Scarlet knows first-hand how violence can destroy lives. A rape survivor, CJ spent years dealing with the emotional aftermath of her experience. She became an advocate for other victims, volunteering on rape crisis and domestic violence boards, running a child advocacy center and working as Director of Victims Issues for the NC Attorney General’s Office. In the process, CJ became an international expert on crime victim issues and technology. She also holds a master’s degree with an emphasis on human violence.

While serving with the NC Attorney General’s Office, CJ initiated and co-chaired the implementation of the nation’s first statewide automated victim notification system, using computer-telephony integration, which contacts victims when their perpetrators are to be released from custody. This program was selected as a national model by the U.S. Department of Justice and won several awards.

In February, 2013, CJ founded 10 for Humanity, LLC, which is committed to reducing acts of violence and crime by 10% over the next decade by developing 10 new technologies that will help stop rape, domestic violence and bullying and save lives.  


Arun Kumar


Dr. Arun Kumar holds a Bachelor of Technology degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur; an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta; a Master’s in Computer Science and Doctor of Science from Washington University in St. Louis.

Dr. Kumar specializes in image and video coding and compression. He has experience designing fast algorithms, writing code and build hardware to do calculations at speeds high enough to keep up with the fire-hose of data characteristic of high-definition video. He has 37 years of experience in the industry.

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Alison Gamble


Alison Gamble graduated from the UNC-Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Communication Studies and a minor in Social Entrepreneurship. While in school, she gained experience in non-profit management as she co-founded an organization that trained college students how to serve effectively both locally and throughout Africa. 

After graduating, Alison moved to Cape Town to launch her second organization, Amanzi Education Center, an after-school mentoring program that worked with high school students from impoverished communities and gave them the tutoring, career guidance, and life skills training in order to be successful after graduation. 

By the end of 2013, Alison returned to the United States looking for opportunities to gain more experience working with ventures using innovative strategies to solve some of the world’s largest problems. Alison is very excited to be working for 10 for Humanity, LLC and connecting the company to others with an interest in reducing acts of violence and crime.