Antonia Saint Dunbar Nominated as one of Women 2.0's "Top Female Founders to Watch" in 2015, and called a "Feminist Genius" by the press for the invention of THINX which was one of TIME Magazine's "Top 25 Inventions for 2015," Antonia is passionate about disruptive innovation to provide solutions for women. She has created companies that are dedicated to purpose in addition to profits, and is inspired to achieve gender equality worldwide.
1) THINX was a TriBeCa Disruptive Innovation winner alongside the likes of the founders of Warby Parker, Twitter and Kickstarter as well as Scooter Braun (Justin Beiber) and Adam Braun (Pencils of Promise).
2) Coming from a family of entrepreneurs, designers and artists, Antonia learned early on that you can create something out of nothing and that your idea can end up existing in the world at large. When she led the design of THINX and wrote the patent, she felt it already "in her DNA" to do so.
3) Before co-founding THINX, Antonia was a marketing/PR executive who made key partnerships at various production companies, and she has also toured the world and played cello with artists like Carly Simon and John Forte of The Fugees.