Today, my guest is Catalina Girald, who is the Founder, CEO, and Creative Director of Naja. Although she started her career as an M&A attorney at Skadden Arps after earning her JD from Boston College, she quit her job after getting accepted into Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. After graduating with her MBA, Catalina started Naja with the goal of empowering women through lingerie — from the wearer to the garment worker. She is also the founder of Underwear for Hope, a program that trains and employs at-risk single mothers to sew. Naja’s mission is to offer high quality, fashion-focused, environmentally friendly lingerie for this generation’s women.