Akshaya is an Image Consultant & a Corporate Trainer. She is the Co Founder at Celtic Learning Solutions™. A recent cupper, she believes in continuous learning and transformation. The comfort provided by the cup, and the sustainability of both cups and cloth pads motivated her to contribute to the movement. She wishes to generate awareness about sustainable menstruation options through videos and workshops, and convert as many women as possible to guilt free periods.
Gauri is a Physics teacher and a passionate cup-converter. She believes that everyone should Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! She did her masters in Physics at IIT Bombay and one more masters at SUNY Buffalo (USA).
Katja is from Slovenia, currently living in Delhi. She completed her graduation in Geography and Education studies from University of Ljubljana. Katja is passionate about sustainability, education, zero waste strategy and global education. She is a curious girl who wants to explore and understand the world.
Neeraja is a performer /choreographer / teacher, a graduate of Bharatanatyam from the fine arts institution kalakshetra, Chennai. She likes to work in Tamil, addressing women’s voices and gender equality through her dance. She loves reading, gardening, and video editing and hates using chemicals in her house and garden. She is currently living in Canada, with her husband.
Sharmada is a menstrual health educator from Bengaluru. She dabbles with different pedagogies in her menstrual health and gender sensitization workshops to discover the most fun and interactive ways of learning. She firmly believes in the need to shift to sustainable period products and is a menstrual cup evangelist. She is the official blogger for Menstrupedia and generally writes on all things gender. She has a Masters degree in English, with a specialization in Gender & Sexuality. With her research interests combined with field work, she hopes to bridge the gap between academia and the development sector.
Shilpi is a sustainable menstruation evangelist, amateur long distance runner and active advocate of solid waste management. While growing up, she loved running and being outdoors, but hated the menstrual cycle, which came with wetness, rashes and 'skirt mein daag'. Fast forward 20 years, Shilpi has run many races ranging from 10 km to Full marathon while being on her periods without worrying about rashes, discomfort and stains. Thanks to menstrual cups and cloth pads. Shilpi feels that if all women use sustainable hygiene products, it can make a huge change to their health, comfort and the environment.
Sreedevi has done her B.Tech. She is a home maker. She loves exploring things and is fond of tryingeco-friendly stuff and wants to inspire and educate others about eco-friendly lifestyle. She has a wonderful daughter and husband.
Sudipta did her Masters in Social Work (MSW). She is currently a Social Worker of Shomota Women Care Private Limited. She enjoys music and poetry. She is a firm believer of sustainable menstruation.