April Lockhart uses her significant following on Instagram and TikTok to advocate for including more disabled bodies in the fashion world.
ITK Honors Women Changemakers
Cami Téllez is the founder and CEO of Parade, a community-first underwear brand that’s writing a new underwear story.
Cece Meadows founded Prados Beauty in 2018 under the tagline “Proudly Indigenous, unapologetically beautiful.”
Fatemah Alzelzela hails from Kuwait, a country where 90 percent of waste ends up in a landfill.
The Ivoree Beauty founder has encouraged women with albinism to embrace their beauty with pride.
Kaya Marriott promotes radical transparency regarding the money she makes through content creation and sponsorships.
Pol is leading the charge on educating TikTok and Instagram users about the spectrum of disability and the lack of accessibility available in the world today.
Whitney Geller and Yasemin Emory founded Jems, a non-toxic condom brand that aims to make sexual wellness more transparent.
Whitney Shanahan is a mom and activist who founded ProChoice With Heart, a group that helps organize local pro-choice rallies.
The Emmy Award-winning costume designer and entrepreneur is championing Black-owned fashion and lifestyle brands.