Radha Agrawal is a serial social entrepreneur, mischief maker, creative director, inventor, experience designer, community architect and start up investor.
She is the Co-Founder and CEO of DAYBREAKER, a global morning dance movement producing immersive experiences all over the world with a growing community of 300,000 millennial young professionals waking up to dance and connect before going to work. Daybreaker is in cities all over the world and growing rapidly including NYC, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Washington DC, London, Paris and Toronto with over a billion social media impressions. Daybreaker has partnered with top brands including Nike, Whole Foods, Samsung, Clinique, KIND, and Macy’s to design unforgettable experiences. Visit daybreaker.com
She is also the Co-Founder of THINX, a women’s apparel company reaching millions of girls around the world that provides a sustainable, patented underwear solution for women to provide support, comfort, confidence, and peace of mind during their “time of the month”. Radha along with her co-founders Miki Agrawal (twin sister) and Antonia Dunbar teamed up with an organization in Uganda to fund reusable cloth pads to get 67 million women in Africa back in school. Buy one, fund seven. They have since helped tens of thousands of young girls stay in school. Visit shethinx.com
She has been a featured speaker at TedX Princeton, London Film Festival, Toronto’s Socialite Summit, Wanderlust Festival, Lightning in a Bottle, Conscious Capitalism Summit in Austin, Nike in Portland among many others.
She was a 2013 Recipient for the Tribeca Film Festival “Disruptive Innovation Awards”, was named by MTV as “one of eight women who will change the world,” and was named by Forbes Magazine in 2013 as “Millennials On a Mission”.