Are you interested in sharing Eco Femme’s vision of eco-positive, dignified, and healthy periods? We invite you become an Eco Femme Ambassador and help change the world one period at a time.
Eco Femme Ambassadors are individuals who are actively committed to promoting washable cloth pads and revaluing menstruation in their communities through advocacy, education (formal and informal), discussion groups, and/or selling Eco Femme pads.
Please complete our Ambassador form here.
We are happy to work with you to provide you with the resource materials to be an ambassador in your specific context.
We do require that ambassadors be actively engaged with us, documenting and sharing the work you do with us – we’re always happy to help promote future events on social media and we love to share photos or stories of what our ambassadors are doing!
Below you can ‘meet’ our ambassadors and see where they are based in the world. We’ve had the pleasure of meeting a number of them when they came to volunteer with us or passed by during a visit to Auroville.
We’re so proud to have such a wonderful group of individuals supporting us and bringing their own skills, expertise and interests into this work.
If you see someone in your area, please feel free to reach out and connect.
Veronica is Mexican, currently based in Vancouver. She is a passionate advocate of conscious menstruation, and conducts workshops for women to re-connect with the wisdom of their body through embodied menstrual cycle awareness practice. Veronica is a dance/movement therapist and a yoga practitioner, student and teacher: [email protected].
Katrien is based in Belgium. She spreads the word by talking to people around her, and by giving presentations to people who are interested as well as selling our pads: [email protected] or by calling 0032 477387474.
Johanna is based in the Frankfurt area of Germany. She has given presentations on Eco Femme to colleagues, family and friends: [email protected].
Sulochana is from Goa in India. She has sold our pads at fairs and bazaars and conducts Pad for Pad sessions in her area: [email protected] or by calling (+91) 9850478215.
Frederique is based in Draguignan (Var) in the South of France. She works with women holding Red Tent talking circles and other activities. She also sells our pads: amaroma.voila.net/
Ilana lives in Massachusetts in the US. She worked closely with us on our Pad for Pad program in 2014. She’s always happy to connect with other people in her area to take forward the conversation around menstruation: [email protected]
Arianne lives and works in the Netherlands, Hilvarenbeek/Tilburg. Passion: menstrual cycle! She loves to inform women & men, girls & boys on this fascinating and empowering subject and on sustainable menstrual products: [email protected]
Kavitha lives in Bangalore, India. She creates awareness & presents education sessions about eco-friendly menstruation to women and girls in urban & rural areas as well as selling our pads: [email protected]
Jenny is based in Pittsburgh in the US. She is planning some discussion circles as well as spreading information about sustainable menstruation in her local area: [email protected]
Kavya is based in Chennai, India and has been involved in sustainable menstruation for the past 2-3 years as well as supporting other women in this field: [email protected] or (+91) 900 3129271
Trudy is based in Galle, Sri Lanka. She is a sustainability educator & is the regional coordinator for the Global Ecovillage Network Oceania & Asia. She facilitates education programs & has been raising awareness of cloth pads with women and girls in Sri Lanka, since she met Eco Femme in 2013. She also sells the pads at the Galle Good Market: [email protected] or +94774191016
Rajasi is based in Mumbai. She is an early childhood education trainer and conducts awareness programs, workshops, gives presentations & writes a blog on sustainable menstruation. She plans to work with NGOs, schools, attend markets and events in Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh: [email protected] or 9420603780.
Jenna’s in Hamburg, Germany where she practices as holistic nutritionist & nourishment counsellor via Nourishing Path. Last year she & her husband founded zerowasteXchange, a community project to help people to produce less waste and to learn strategies for more sustainable consumption: [email protected]
Lola Peña, spanish Ayurvedic practitioner specialises in Ayurvedic Obstetrics, located in Amsterdam. She runs Sayoni Care project with the goal of activating the self-connecting journey for women empowerment through ancient wisdom. Hosts workshops and red tent circles creating menstrual and female sexual awareness: [email protected]
Marleen is from Holland but based in Palolem in India. In her partner’s restaurant, Nireas Healthy Haven, the Eco Femme pads are being sold and information is available for anyone who is interested to find out more: [email protected] or (+91) 7517838016
Surabhi is based in Bangalore, India and has been attending markets to bring Eco Femme awareness to the public: [email protected] or (+91) 9742055905
Mahalakshmi is based in Hyderabad, India. She is a Wellness Coach who is passionate about spreading awareness on eco-friendly menstruation & conducts menstrual education seminars for schools as well as promoting cloth pads at local fairs & bazaars: [email protected].
Ahalya is looking to begin the conversation around gender-inclusive menstrual health practices in her university and community: [email protected]
Swati is from Bangalore. She’s been discussing sustainable menstruation and is keen to connect with like-minded individuals: [email protected]
Yael is based in Israel. She is happy to discuss sustainable menstruation with women in her area: [email protected]
Hattie is from Brighton in the UK. She has hosted gatherings to discuss sustainable menstruation: [email protected].
Damla lives in Olofström in Sweden. She volunteered with us at the beginning of 2015: [email protected].
Jeevan is a social activist and lives in Amritsar, Punjab (India), and operates two NGO’s: S.H.E. society and PFFJ for the past 22 years. Her organization provides free education to the deserving, support services in the areas of slum rehabilitation and drug rehabilitation in addition to providing supporting women empowerment. Her organization S.H.E. is passionately working on a campaign “S.H.E. BREAKS THE BLOODY TABOO” celebrating womanhood by breaking the taboos or myths related to menstruation:
+91-9815502009 or 8283820334 /35
Rupa and Raman, couple from Mumbai are fully into organic products and promote healthy living all parts of the globe. They promote and sell EcoFemme products for people’s health and conduct talks on health and hygiene in all their networks, fairs: [email protected] or (+91) 9920985756 and [email protected] or (+91) 9920685756
Hiral, Khushi and Darshi are a group of 3 friends who believe in ditching plastic, abandoning any stereotype about cloth pads and supporting having a sustainable menstrual cycle. They’ve taken part in a few exhibitions and blood donation drives to advocate the same. Hoping to grow their Eco-Femme Club!: [email protected]
Shavari and Shraddha are a mother-daughter Ambassador duo. Sharvari is an architecture student who believes in eco friendly materials and sustainable menstruation. Shraddha is a diet and lifestyle consultant who has worked with Daily Dump Bangalore for over 3 years and is passionate about solving solid waste issues, like menstrual waste:
Dr Sangeetha, is an obstetrician and gynaecologist who is committed to making ours a clean planet. She believes in reducing our carbon footprint and in the philosophy “live and let live”. Currently working as a senior resident at Dr B.R. Ambedkar medical college in Bangalore, she is also an avid fitness buff and writes in her spare time: [email protected]
Nritu is high-school student based out of Gurugram, Haryana, India who is passionate about making menstruation and especially sustainable menstruation a totally acceptable topic for everyday conversations. She also works with JustConscientia to try and provide reliable, accessible and understandable information. Feel free to get in touch with her with your queries around sustainable menstruation; she’s only too happy to help. Contact her on [email protected].