Radha Agrawal is a serial social entrepreneur. She was named one of eight women who will change the world by MTV, was on of Forbes’ list of Top 20 Millenials on a Mission in 2013, and received the Disruptive Innovation Award from the Tribeca Film Festival the same year.
She is cofounder of the acclaimed farm-to-table, alternative pizza restaurant WILD, with locations in New York and, in partnership with Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, Las Vegas. She noticed kids weren’t ordering vegetables on their pizza, so she created “super hero” vegetable characters for the menu, each with their own “super power” (e.g., Colby Carrot has super eyesight), and it was a hit.
In 2011 she took the concept and launched Super Sprowtz, a media company focused on encouraging kids to eat their vegetables through live and online shows.
Radha Agrawal is also cofounder of THINX, an attractive underwear solution for women to wear during their period and beyond. Through a collaboration with AFRIpads in Uganda, each purchase of a pair of underwear funds the creation of 7 reusable cloth pads for girls in Africa to help keep them from missing school because of their periods.
Radha Agrawal is an identical twin (to Miki Agrawal) and a half-Japanese, half-Indian French Canadian who speaks internationally on social entrepreneurship.