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Sustainable Menstruation Education with Saalt and MEA (Menstrual Equity Advocates)

When: Thursday, April 18, 2024
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CT

Where: Location will be available upon registration,

Audience: Faculty/Staff - Student - Public - Post Docs/Docs - Graduate Students

Cost: Free

Contact: Katelyn Kennon  

Group: CARE (Center for Awareness, Response and Education)

Category: Lectures & Meetings, Academic, Social, Multicultural & Diversity, Global & Civic Engagement, Environment & Sustainability


Join CARE, Northwestern’s Menstrual Equity Activists (MEA), and sustainable period product company Saalt for a night of education around the menstrual cycle, period poverty, the environmental impact of period products, and the use of sustainable period products. on a college campus. Attendees will receive their choice of a free menstrual cup, disc, or pair of underwear and will gain access to an exclusive Saalt discount code. As always, attendees of all genders are welcome!  

Taylor Moore is Saalt’s Account Manager and has been with the company for 3.5 years, dedicating her work to making Saalt’s reusable period care options accessible and affordable globally by expanding partnerships. Before her time at Saalt, Taylor supported students at Boise State University in the Student Involvement and Leadership Center and also held a graduate assistantship where she created peer programming around holistic wellness. She holds a master’s degree in Higher Education Leadership from TCU. Taylor loves any opportunity to connect with college students and to break down stigmas and taboos around period care.  

Female-founded by mother of six Cherie Hoeger, Saalt has a vision to make cleaner, more sustainable period care accessible to everyone. They support individuals’ choices for their menstrual health with stigma-breaking branding and an industry-leading product line offering modern, reusable products that are healthier both for consumers and the planet. As a certified B Corp, Saalt allocates 2% of its revenue to donate improved period care to areas with the most need and funds initiatives in menstrual health, girls' education, and environmental sustainability. Since Saalt’s launch in 2018, they have donated over 100,000 Saalt products and menstrual health education to women and girls in over 50 countries to help them confidently manage their periods, stay in school, and pursue their career goals.  

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