Miki Agrawal is a successful serial entrepreneur and the founder of Thinx, a company that produces underwear for women who experience menstrual cramps. Miki Agrawal is also the co-founder of Whoopi & Maya, a medical cannabis company. Miki’s latest venture is Moxie, which she founded in March 2018 with her sister Radha Agrawal. Moxie makes premium chocolate bars from organic ingredients and was created as an alternative to sugary drinks like soda or juice that can cause tooth decay and other health problems such as diabetes. Moxie has been well received by consumers because it tastes good but doesn’t have any sugar so you won’t feel guilty about eating it.
Miki Agrawal studied Electrical Engineering at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, where she graduated first in her class. Miki was also an All-American soccer player while attending college. After college, Miki Agrawal received an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business, graduating with honors as their “Outstanding Woman Entrepreneur.”
Miki Agrawal has always been a creative person and has never been afraid to try new things.She started her first company, Tushy, in 2013 after she became frustrated with the lack of decent bidets available on the market. Tushy is a company that makes high-quality bidets that attach to your toilet. The Tushy Bidet has won numerous awards, including the prestigious Red Dot Award for product design.
Miki’s latest venture Moxie is in good company with her other successful companies since it has already been named one of 2018’s “Ten Best New Products” by Real Simple magazine in its December issue. Real Simple says about Moxie, “The bars are organic, vegan, and gluten-free, and they come in four indulgent flavors: dark chocolate, milk chocolate, toasted almond, and sea salt caramel.”
Miki’s success has not gone to her head and she is still the down-to-earth person she has always been. She is a strong advocate for women in business and is passionate about helping them succeed.