How an Agency Is Helping This College Student’s Nonprofit Talk About Periods

Launching in time for International Women's Day

Swift helped create a new digital identity for a nonprofit that educates people about periods. Period

At the age of 16, Nadya Okamoto founded an organization called Camions of Care to help homeless women across the country gain access to menstrual products. Now at age 19, Okamoto, a freshman at Harvard University, is making her organization ever more powerful, rebranding it with the help of agency Swift, as “Period. The Menstrual Movement,” or simply, Period.

@ktjrichards katie.richards@adweek.com Katie Richards is a staff writer for Adweek.
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