About Social entrepreneur Miki Agrawal

Miki Agrawal is the founder of THINX, a company that makes products for women who have periods. Miki founded THINX after realizing how difficult it was for women to manage their periods and provide care for themselves in third-world countries. Miki uses her columns and posts on topics such as periods, sex, and feminism to share her experiences while helping other women address the social issues they face. Miki Agrawal is also the founder and CEO of WILD, a non-profit organization striving to create a world where people are respected regardless of their differences. Miki is a human right advocate focusing on sex trafficking and gender equality.

Through THINX, Miki Agrawal fights for women’s rights and health in global communities. THINX and Miki are leaders in the fight to end the taboo that surrounds gender equality. In her travels, she has discovered that women lack the necessary tools and resources to be healthy during their menstrual cycles. The period is often stigmatized, causing women to feel embarrassed or ashamed of their bodies.

Through her efforts to provide reusable pads and period underwear to these women, Miki is helping to strengthen gender equality worldwide. Through her leadership and global investment in THINX, Miki is leading a revolution to redefine how women approach their periods.

Miki Agrawal also is the founder of TUSHY, a company that provides premium bidet attachments to consumers. In the same way, she revolutionized the feminine hygiene industry, Miki is poised to change how Americans think about their butts. The bidet attachment market is only $10 million, and Miki aims to triple her company’s valuation by 2018. The TUSHY brand provides customers with a healthier and more comfortable experience than a traditional toilet paper experience. Through her use of social media, Miki can reach millions of consumers and promote the conversation about the benefits of having an attachment to a toilet. By 2020, Tushy plans to provide over one billion pieces of bidets to American homes.

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