Amanda Brief

Amanda was the co-founder and CEO of my.Flow, which has developed the world’s first tampon monitor to obliterate period shame, leakage, stigma, risk or infection, and anxiety, and aggregate data for menstruators everywhere in a way that has never before been possible. Her interests and experience, however, had occupied the women’s health and advocacy spaces far before founding my.Flow. She was a counselor and counseling trainer for the EARS peer anxiety reachout hotline at Cornell, an active member of the Vagina Monologues movement, and an intern at Rockland Family Shelter, working with survivors of domestic abuse. Ever since she went back to school to do her Post-Baccalaureate studies in engineering, she has sought to combine her predilections for both quantitative and outreach-related endeavors, and has found this and more in my.Flow.