Miki Agrawal is an investor, speaker, and entrepreneur named one of the 35 Women Changing the World by Fortune Magazine. Miki is also the co-founder and CEO of THINX, Tushy, and WILD.
Miki has been named the “Carrie Bradshaw of the startup world” by New York Magazine and is a columnist for Forbes. She has also been featured in numerous publications, including New York Magazine, Marie Claire, Esquire, Tech Insider, and Fast Company.
Miki Agrawal graduated from Duke University with a degree in Political Science and Philosophy & Religion. She also attended The London School of Economics and Political Science, where she received her Master’s Degree in Global Organizations Management.
In 2011, Miki co-founded THINX, the first period-proof underwear that won a prestigious 4C Award for Best New Product at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. THINX was Wearable of the Year in 2016 by Fast Company Magazine. In 2015, Miki became CEO of THINX.
She is an investor in over 40 early-stage companies through her fund MAYA. She invests in diverse founders interested in building a business that does good for the world. Some of her investments include TOMS, NUDASHOP, Quip, and many others. She has also invested in a few of her own companies, including the award-winning period underwear company THINX.
In 2013, she co-founded Tushy, a bidet attachment for toilets. In 2017, Tushy raised $30 million in venture funding and was valued at more than $100 million. Miki is also the CEO of WILD, a female-friendly condom company that launched in 2016. WILD condoms are FDA-approved and the first FDA-approved condoms made of natural latex free of synthetic chemicals. In 2017, Miki began to sell WILD Condoms on Amazon.
Miki Agrawal has been a Social Entrepreneur for over ten years. She is committed to giving back to her community, working towards gender equality, and bettering the world through entrepreneurship. Miki launched THINX Giving to support access to menstrual products in communities across the globe that don’t have access to know more click here.