Radha Agrawal is a community force. She is the Co-Founder and CEO of Daybreaker, an early morning dance movement in 18 cities around the world with a community of over 350,000 millennials who connect through dance, yoga, music and mischief. She built the community with zero dollars in marketing and is proving that thoughtful community and shared interests and values can build a multi-million dollar sustainable business.
Her upcoming book “BELONG: How to Master Relationships & Build Community” published by Workman comes out next spring (2018) and open sources all that she learned about community building with methods and exercises she designed so that anyone could organize and create community for their life and business.
She is also the Co-Founder and Partner of THINX, a high-tech, beautiful underwear solution for women to wear during their periods. She teamed up with AFRIpads in Uganda to fund a pack of reusable cloth pads for every underwear sold to get millions of girls back in school. To date, THINX has helped over 30,000 girls go back to school.
Radha is an identical twin, half-Japanese, half-Indian French Canadian, Division 1 soccer player and graduate of Cornell University.
She was the recipient of the TriBeCa Film Festival’s “Disruptive Innovation Award” and was named one of the “Top 20 Millenials on a Mission” by Forbes.