Miki Agrawal - This serial social entrepreneur feels better when she has a mission. Marrying business building with social good is her passion, and that's why she created Thinx: the notorious line of "period panties" that has taken menstruation by storm. Thinx was recently named one of Time Magazine's 25 Best Inventions of 2015. The notorious line of "period panties" has taken menstruation by storm.
Jessamyn Rodriguez - Jessamyn founded Hot Bread Kitchen out of a desire to bring together women bakers from different cultural backgrounds. The kitchen has also begun to help female food entrepreneurs get off the ground with mentorship, publicity, and workspace.
Danielle Gould - Danielle founded Food + Tech Connect in 2009. She had a vision of a food world redesigned with the help of technology, and started the company to bring food entrepreneurs and technological minds together.
Suchi Reddy - Reddymade Designs combines a holistic approach with attention to detail, creating light-filled and modern public and private spaces. Having started working in design and architecture in a number of large firms, Suchi made a name for herself and opened a her own studio in 2002.
Jessica Hendricks Yee - Jessica became entranced by Cambodia’s beauty and fraught past while there teaching English in college. After returning stateside, she decided to combine her love of jewelry and admiration for the community into a gorgeous collection, handmade by talented artisans in Cambodia.
Rachna Govani - Rachna was cooking and scheming from a young age. Food and entrepreneurship has always been her passion, culminating in the creation of Foodstand, an app that helps conscious eaters find information, recipes, and good food purveyors.
Daphne Cheng - Well-known for transforming and elevating vegetables, Daphne recently took over the kitchen at NYC's East Village cocktail destination Mother of Pearl where she serves up her vegan, globally inspired dishes.