Radha Agrawal

Founder and CEO, Super Sprowtz

Radha is a serial social entrepreneur having founded several socially conscious companies. 

She is the Founder and CEO of Super Sprowtz, a leading children's multi-media nutrition education company whose mission is to engage children to make better food choices through storytelling, music and a proven curriculum impacting over 1 million children and counting. 

She is also the co-Founder of Daybreaker, an early morning dance party for urban professionals that takes place on weekday mornings and serves coffee, tea and green juice in lieu of alcohol and replaces the monotony and often lonely gym experience for a community inspired dance party. Daybreaker has since launched in 8 cities and counting including New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Atlanta, Washington DC among others and has been featured in the NY Times, Washington Post, SNL,Wall Street Journal, Good Morning America and the Today Show among many others with a new city launching every month.  

She is also the co-Founder of THINX, a women’s apparel company that provides a sustainable, patented solution for women to provide support, comfort, confidence, and peace of mind during their "time of the month" and beyond. 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 thousands of young girls stay in school. 

She was a 2013 Recipient for the Tribeca Film Festival "Disruptive Innovation Awards" and was named by Forbes Magazine as a "2013 Millenial On a Mission".

Super Sprowtz