Miki Agrawal, a social entrepreneur, born in Canada, is known for breaking taboos and change the status quo. On the 26th of January 1979, Miki was born with her twin sister Radha Agrawal. Later she and Radha both co-founded a company name THINX.
Its became very popular in-between women in America. It’s a period-proof underwear brand.
Miki became the CEO of this company, and after that company made a $100 Million valuation.
Early days in her career, she worked for an Investment Banking company. But at her Mid 20, Miki left the job and founded a company named WILD. The main motto of the wild is Farm to table an alternative Pizza concept, as she knew that the world is ready for a better pizza. Then in 2015, she co-founded Tushy. Tushy operates within zones of Genious. It’s a modern hygiene environment for wasteful toilet paper consumption. She and her team fight for the global Sanitation crisis.
Writer Miki Agrawal wrote two books, and they became best selling books in Amazon. “Do Cool Shit: Quit Your Day Job, Start Your Own Business and Live Happily Ever After” and now “Disrupt-Her: A Manifesto For the Modern Woman” are the two books. Miki is Half Japanese half Indian; She is a speaker. She is the mother of a son.
Her website is www.mikiagrawal.com. Many companies hire Miki as a speaker. Miki fights for the sanitation crisis by bringing clean latrines to underserved locations in India. In her career, she nominated for the INC Magazine’s “Most Impressive Women Entrepreneurs of 2016″, “Young Global Leader” by the World Economic Forum and “Social Entrepreneur of the Year” by the World Technology Summit 2017, and also Fast Company’s “Most Creative People 2018″.