Founder & CEO, Aunt Flow
Claire Coder is the founder and CEO of Aunt Flow. On a mission to ensure everyone has access to menstrual products, Aunt Flow stocks hundreds of companies across the world with their 100% organic cotton tampons and pads. Coder launched her first company at age 16, designed a bag for Vera Bradley that sold out in 24 hours, and has her own line of GIFs. The 22-year-old founder has been featured in TeenVogue, Forbes, and starred in TLC’s Girl Starter Season 1. When she is not jamming out to Macklemore, she is pretending like she knows how to run Google ads.
Partner, Plum Alley(Jan 2018 - Till Now)
Avantika Daing is a TiE New York Board Member, Co-Chair of the bi-annual Pitch Competition and a partner at Plum Alley. Plum Alley is an investment platform focused on investing in gender diverse founding teams and raising the equity bar for investor. Having scaled teams and businesses to billion+ dollar valuations and a successful IPO (NASDAQ), respectively, she brings operation, growth and investment leadership for private and public companies across health care and technology. Her diverse background across early stage, growth and a public exit provides Plum Alley a unique perspective during deal sourcing, evaluation and strategic direction. As a founder of a cross border SaaS company, early team member of a first to market biotech product and as an executive in unicorn companies she has expertise focusing on analytics, proprietary modeling and growth strategies in venture backed companies. Her domain knowledge spans healthcare, CPG, HCM, Foodtech and market places. She is active in the startup ecosystem in New York, San Francisco, London and India and is a TEDx speaker.