Emmy Hancock: Period Poverty and a Pair of Pants

Four years ago, Emmy Hancock learned of the limited access to menstrual products known as period poverty. In 2020, facing an uncertain career choice during the early days of COVID-19, Emmy decided to move forward with her own fashion brand, Oluna. And Oluna gives backā€”for every pair of pants the company sells, they donate a year’s supply of menstrual products to someone in need to promote awareness to menstrual inequity.