Growing up as a young Indian-American girl, I didn't see a representation of myself in the toys that I played with, particularly my dolls. I was especially surprised when 20 years later, I saw that little had changed in such an influential industry. I decided to build something better and launched a Kickstarter campaign to create a new line of dolls for tiny trailblazers-to-be. Our dolls are smart, ambitious, diverse role models for young girls. The response was overwhelming and I'm proud of what we built.
I started this company out of my parent's garage and my tiny New York city one-bedroom apartment. It's been an incredible journey with many pinch-me moments along the way. By far, one of my favorite parts has been meeting other female founders who have created products with similar missions to inspire and empower the next generation of leaders. We're elated to feature and sell many of their products in our store.
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