Isobel Marshall and Eloise Hall are co-founders of TABOO, a social enterprise that sells certified organic cotton pads and tampons. With a passion for helping women around the world through breaking down the stigma surrounding menstruation, Isobel and Eloise are activists in providing women with greater access to period products. And because TABOO is built on the structure of a social enterprise, all profit is redistributed into charitable projects that work to eradicate period poverty. Go girls!
In this episode of Women On The Move, Isobel and Eloise speak with behind closed doors’ Founder and Managing Director Donny Walford about TABOO’s journey, and how they have inspired and supported women through their social enterprise. Isobel and Eloise also provide a sneak-peak into what’s to come for TABOO – and we couldn’t be more excited.
You’re probably thinking that you’ve heard of Isobel and Eloise before. And you’re probably right! Between making headlines and completing University study, these amazing women have achieved so much in their careers, all while managing and growing TABOO into the incredible social enterprise it is today.
Isobel Marshall, Co-Founder and Director of Health and Education at TABOO, is the 2021 Young Australian Of The Year, also studying Medicine at the University of Adelaide. Eloise Hall, Co-Founder and Managing Director of TABOO, is studying a double degree in Business and International Relations at Flinders University and is also InDaily’s youngest 40 Under 40 winner, taking the crown at just 21 years old.
Learn more about how to support TABOO here:
Learn more about behind closed doors here:
Website https://www.behindcloseddoors.com/ | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/behind-closed-doors | Facebook, Instagram & Twitter: @bcdwomen
SUBSCRIBE to this podcast today!