How a 24-year-old college dropout started a company offering free period products to employees and students across the US and raised $1. 5 million in funding

Published Apr 05 2021 at 4:14 PM GMT
  • Claire Coder's entrepreneurial journey started when she was 16 and sold homemade buttons on Etsy, eventually becoming a top seller on the ecommerce platform.
  • Within two years, while still in high school, she grew the business to employ eight independent distributors and sell in boutiques across the midwest.
  • Today, Coder, 24, is the founder and CEO of Aunt Flow, a gender-inclusive company that supplies 100% organic cotton tampons, pads, display boxes, and sanitary products to over 500 businesses and schools.


  • Published Apr 5, 2021 4:14 PM GMT