Episode 36: The Menstrual Movement with Nadya Okamoto

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May 28th is Menstrual Hygiene Day. We celebrated by sitting down for a conversation with Nadya Okamoto, a 21 year old social entrepreneur, activist, Chief Brand Officer, and speaker for The Menstrual Movement, the power of Generation Z, and youth activism. Nadya drops some major knowledge on female hygiene, generation Z media habits and trends, and experiencing both privilege and homelessness. She shares what it's like being an ivy league student balancing work and dating, her unique family experience and its effects on her cultural identity, and being a badass boss while still experiencing imposter syndrome.

Please join us in this episode as we chat with Nadya!