February 28, 1997
Ohio, United States
25 Years Old
|Occupation||Entrepreneur, CEO & Founder|
|Known For||CEO & Founder of Aunt Flow|
|Education||The Ohio State University|
American Entrepreneur Claire Coder is popularly known as the CEO & Founder of Aunt Flow. She is listed on Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2020. In addition, Claire is also familiar with social media platforms with a huge amount of fan following. Aunt Flow founder is active on Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter & other social sites.
She began her journey at age 16 when she designed a bag for Vera Bradley that sold out in 24 hours and has her line of GIFs.
Claire started Aunt Flow in 2016. She found inspiration after getting her period in public without the supplies she needed. The young entrepreneur dedicated her life to developing a solution to ensure period products for free in public bathrooms.
Since 2016, Claire Coder collaborates with over hundreds of businesses and schools across North America. Where she offers freely accessible period product dispensers, filled with 100% organic cotton tampons and pads. It also donates 1 product for every 10-period product sold.
As a passionate activist, Claire’s story has been featured in major publications like TeenVogue, Forbes, and more.
Claire Coder was born on February 28, 1997, in the united states. She grew up with her parents and completed her early schooling at a local high school in America. Claire joined The Ohio State University but dropped out for business purposes.
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