The global menstrual health community are all individuals and organizations working on menstrual health, menstrual hygiene, menstrual equity, and period poverty, but also on adolescent girls’ development, WASH, female health, and gender equality, and human rights. This community works with the conviction of knowing that the menstrual cycle is the most critical entry point to improving female health across the lifecycle. From Nairobi to North Carolina, the ‘Period Warriors of the World’ are a diverse global community of local feminist leaders and enterprising people who wake up every single day to continue breaking the menstrual taboo. They’re normalizing periods in classrooms, in boardrooms, in city hall, on the streets, on social media - and even in Zoom calls. Among them are international NGOs, grassroots organizations, researchers, policy makers, health workers, educators, investors, donors, corporations, social entrepreneurs, femtech companies, journalists and individual advocates.