We get it – bra shopping sucks. STRIPPED is rethinking intimates for everyone.
Did you know that 80% of women are in the wrong bra size? We are a comfort lingerie start-up that seeks to provide a unique, educational, and empowering bra shopping experience with comfortable and supportive bralettes for everyone.
Sydney is passionate about women’s empowerment and believes that if a woman is expected to wear a bra every day, it should at least be comfortable. Her goal is to design bralettes that women will be excited to wear, and at the end of the day, won’t want to take off.
Sydney is a recent graduate of the entrepreneurship program at the University of Washington where she served as president of the Undergraduate Women in Business Association. Previously, Sydney has been deeply involved in the arts and women empowerment programs. She is committed to supporting all women by providing an empowering bra shopping experience.
Kendy obtained a degree in law and entrepreneurship at the University of Washington. Kendy worked at Victoria’s Secret as a Bra Specialist where she discovered the gaps in the lingerie industry. She had to turn women away every day because their size was not sold at VS. She is passionate about making a social impact in her career and through entrepreneurship.
Kendy is taking on a consulting position at Grant Thornton and has committed herself to work full time while also running STRIPPED to create social change.
Glen is a senior at the University of Washington majoring in Finance and Entrepreneurship. His professional endeavors truly embody entrepreneurship- ranging from bootstrapping his own coffee shop to independent filmmaking.
After several years of learning how to be his own accountant, producing profit and loss statements on the fly, a solid business education called Glen to apply to the Foster School of Business. He met his future STRIPPED partner in a finance class and the rest is history. Glen is truly honored to be supporting the incredible women behind STRIPPED and hopes to help the movement of empowering all women.