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An interview with the co-founders of aavrani, Rooshy Roychoudhury and Justin Silver, about their journey so far and the time ahead
Cofounders Phoebe Kunitomi and Leigha Field (both Wharton MBA ’19) launched Okko, a digitally-native brand providing intimates made to actually work with women’s dynamic lifestyles. Okko is a company started by women for women whose journey started right at Wharton. Read on for insights into their journey!
Editor’s note: This is a reprint of an article Tala Al Jabri published in Forbes Middle East. She received her MBA from Wharton in 2018 and is currently completing her MPA at Harvard Kennedy School.
Emil Pitkin, PhD is a Lecturer and Research Scholar in Statistics at The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania. He is also the founder and CEO of GovPredict, a company that provides political organizations with valuable technology, research, and analytics to aid in their decision-making processes. In 2018 Professor Pitkin was awarded the Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award for “Exemplifying Outstanding Teaching Quality.” He graciously agreed to be interviewed about his teaching philosophy and his experience as founder and CEO of a successful startup.