Ever wondered what North Central alumni with entrepreneurship majors do after they graduate?
Meet Shayna Fowler ’18, an NCU alumna making a global impact with her Kickstarter company “Khana.” Her startup was inspired by travels to Africa, where she became aware of the challenges that young women have accessing feminine hygiene products. With an entrepreneurship major in her tool belt, Fowler was able to launch an organization to help mitigate those challenges. For every pair of panties purchased through Khana, a pair of period-proof panties is distributed in Uganda.
Featured in Forbes
On October 26, Forbes magazine online featured an article about Fowler’s startup, highlighting her mission of creating the “world’s most powerful pair of panties.”
The recognition in Forbes’ “Under 30” section was momentous for Fowler, who Tweeted her excitement to followers.
— Shayna Fowler (@ShaynaFowler_) October 26, 2018
Recognized by the CCCU
On October 30, the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities recognized Fowler as the young alum of the day.