Meet the team

Constance Rose, Founder

Constance Rose has had a career as a creative professional spanning 30 years. She has worked for many top tier ad agencies and was also CEO of her own corporation for over 10 years.

Having experienced crimes of organized harassment first hand, she has been focused since 2012 on bringing these human rights abuses into public awareness, with a goal of motivating investigation and ultimately prosecution for perpetrators, as well as providing much needed assistance to victims.

In 2016, Constance self-published the book The Joy Thieves, under the pen name of Mary Joy MacKay. The book details her journey being a victim of organized harassment.

In 2018 Constance co-founded a support group for victims of coordinated stalking in the Bay Area. At last count the group maintained close to 200 members, demonstrating the need for relief and recourse for victims. The group is currently on hiatus.

Iris Chen, Research and Development

Iris is a grass roots multidisciplinary creative researcher who thrives on improving living conditions with technology and innovation. She did her undergraduate in BS in Microbiology and MS in Tropical Medicine (classical training of handling emerging infectious diseases) at John A. Burns School of Medicine at University of Hawaii. Her experience working as a disease investigator fighting and preventing outbreaks at the state of Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) gave her the experience working effectively in novel situations.

She has a high interest in developing and managing well-being through the study/practice of Jin Shin Jyutsu® (bioenergetic field), genomics and semantic computations.

As a practitioner of the Japanese physio-philosophy art of Jin Shin Jyutsu®, she was able to reverse her own heart failing symptoms and is currently lending her practice to energetically heal survivors of ongoing directed energy attacks by harmonizing energetic interferences that disturb organ functioning energies.

In the process she is researching and developing countermeasures towards high-technological harassments, including surveying “Havana Syndrome” and other anomalies to raise awareness of induced symptoms to the medical community.

Some of what Iris is currently working on is the use of ELINT (Electronic Intelligence: intelligence gathered by the use of electronic sensors) and utilizing practical ESM (Electronic Support Measures) analysis, an intensive data collection technique) and developing a wearable to log frequencies in heat maps on the entire body during most vulnerable times — work, sleep and intimate times with primary support groups.