Women Entrepreneurship Week
Ohio University proudly participates in Women Entrepreneurship Week, along with more than 242 universities and colleges in 32 countries, in this global movement to celebrate and inspire female founders.
"I've Got 99 Problems, Let's Solve One" Workshop
In celebration of Women Entrepreneurship Week, the Center for Entrepreneurship and TechGROWTH Ohio brought Claire Coder, founder and CEO of Aunt Flow, to Athens for two outstanding events on Friday, October 21, 2022. Coder hosted an "I've Got 99 Problems, Let's Solve One" hands-on workshop for students and guests, facilitating discussion around turning everyday problems into business solutions. Additionally, a Founders' Forum event was held for the local business and entrepreneur community to discuss business strategies.
About Claire Coder
Claire Coder (Forbes 30 Under 30) is the founder and CEO of Aunt Flow. On a mission to make the world better for people with periods, Aunt Flow stocks organizations with tampons and pads. Under Claire's leadership, Aunt Flow launched patented tampon and pad dispensers in 23k+ bathrooms, donated 1.6 million tampons and pads, and raised $11M+ in venture capital. Coder launched her first company at age 16, designed a bag for Vera Bradley that sold out in 24 hours, and has her own line of GIFs. The 25 year old Thiel Fellow has been featured in TeenVogue, Forbes, and starred in TLC's Girl Starter Season 1.