Radha Agrawal is an entrepreneurial force. She is the co-Founder, CEO and Chief Community Architect of Daybreaker, the global morning dance, music and wellness movement in five continents with a community of almost half a million people around the globe.
She co-founded, sold and invested in multiple nine-figure businesses in the wellness space including THINX underwear, is a best-selling author, speaker, DJ, inventor, and investor in mostly female-owned businesses.
She and her Daybreaker team spent the first 3 months of 2020 touring with Oprah and WW on a 9-arena sold-out tour where Radha opened every stop of the tour and led 155,000 people through a motivational movement experience with 30 dancers, musicians and performers behind her.
She and her team recently launched a science-backed platform called DOSE by Daybreaker, a first of its kind membership to practice JOY and developed a movement Method connected to the 8 virtues of joy. Her goal is to make "practicing joy" as ubiquitous as practicing yoga and meditation.
Her book BELONG peels back the curtain and shares how she and her team built the Daybreaker community around the world with zero ad spend and answers the questions, "how do I find my people?" and "How do I create large and meaningful communities in the real world?".
She was named by MTV as "one of 8 women who will change the world" and has won numerous entrepreneurship awards and accolades on disruptive innovation.
Radha is currently teaching joy practices on DOSE every week supporting her members on their journey to joy, she is pioneering the field of Functional Happiness and writing her next book, "The Joy Ride". She lives between Brooklyn and her farm in Rhinebeck with her family and her most coveted title is mother.