Jennifer Weiss-Wolf is an activist, author, lawyer, and co-founder of Period Equity. She has been called the “architect of the US policy campaign to squash the tampon tax” by Newsweek, and wrote the definitive book on menstrual equity, Periods Gone Public, which Gloria Steinem said, “may be the beginning of liberation for us all.” In addition to being a lawyer with expertise in nonprofit leadership and development, she also serves as a vice president at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law, as the inaugural Women and Democracy Fellow. She is also a board member for I Support The Girls, Girls Helping Girls. Period, and sits on the advisory board of ZanaAfrica Foundation.
Jen joined the LOLA Collective as an advocate in 2020. She has written numerous op-eds and essays on menstrual equity, and is cited widely in the media, including by The New York Times, Washington Post, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar, NPR, NBC, and PBS.