At 17 and 18, Eloise Hall and Isobel Marshall (Co-Founders) crowdfunded $56,000 to kickstart TABOO Period Products; a social enterprise that sells high quality, certified organic cotton pads and tampons with all company profits dedicated to eradicating period poverty. TABOO has a strong focus on educating, campaigning and advocacy efforts, aiming to dismantle menstrual stigma and free the conversation of periods to create practical change. They have also partnered with many Australian organisations, providing free access to pads for Australian women who require menstrual support.
Eloise works as Managing Director of TABOO alongside her studies, completing a double degree of Business and International Relations at Flinders University. Eloise has a background of hospitality and a passion for liberated purposeful conversation that creates positive change. She’s committed to making long lasting, structural change to bridge the inequality that exists in our communities. Eloise was recognised as the youngest of InDaily’s 40 under 40 recipients in 2020, The Advertisers Woman of the year Rising Star award 2021 and a 2019 Women in Innovation finalist.