Member Since 2020
San Francisco Bay Area
CEO of Naja.co, a socially conscious and eco friendly lingerie brand. The original creators of seven shades of nude skin tones for underwear.
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Meet Naja, the radically different, thoughtful lingerie brand that was created for smart, funny, courageous and sexy women. Everything about us—from our fresh designs, our mission to empower women, and our ethical and environmentally friendly sourcing—is challenging the status quo in an industry that hasn’t changed much since the 1970’s. We're breaking down inefficient supply chains to create a fast fashion brand that does good for the world. Think Zara meets Patagonia. Fabric made from recycled plastic bottles? Check. Lingerie worthy of the Paris runway? Check. Empowering women around the world? Check. Join us. It's time someone did things differently. Naja is backed by notable Silicon Valley and New York technology angel investors including Tim Draper, Joanne Wilson, Susan Lyne (former CEO of Martha Stewart Living), Mindy Grossman (CEO of HSN), John Pound (former Board Director of Gymboree), Maveron, and Andrew Mitchell.