Miki Agrawal is a serial social entrepreneur. She is the founder of the acclaimed farm-to-table, alternative pizza concept called WILD (www.eatdrinkwild.com) in NYC.
She has since partnered with Zappos.com CEO Tony Hsieh to open the concept in Downtown Las Vegas.
Her next undertaking is THINX (www.shethinx.com ), a high-tech, beautiful underwear solution for women during their "time of the month". She and her partners teamed up with AFRIpads in Uganda to fund 7 reusable cloth pads for every underwear sold to get millions of girls back in school.
Miki is also a partner in Super Sprowtz, a childrens media company to get kids to eat more vegetabes (www.supersprowtz.com).
Most recently, Harper Collins is publishing her book entitled "DO COOL SH*T" (www.docoolshit.org) on entrepreneurship and lifestyle design. The book launch date is August 6th, 2013.
Miki is an identical twin, half-Japanese, half-Indian French Canadian, former professional soccer player and graduate of Cornell University.
Antonia has been leading operations, design and production as a Co-Founder of THINX, a solutions company that is dedicated to transforming a taboo issue for some 2 billion women and girls around the world. Doing this in two ways, the first is with a line of patented, �smart underwear� for every day of the month that has garnered buyers worldwide and features on Elle, Yahoo, Fast Company, etc., and the other is with a partnership in Uganda to help girls stay in school who are currently dropping out because they don�t have the right resources to manage their monthly cycle. To learn more about this thoughtful underwear and its empowerment model, see www.shethinx.com.