Before Stephanie Conduff was an entrepreneur, she was a new mother juggling law school.
Balancing baby and school required her to carefully plan each day, especially when it came to pumping breast milk. She thought she had a private pumping solution -- she hid in library side rooms during all-night study sessions -- until a janitor walked in on her.
“I support women’s rights to breastfeed wherever they want -- I breastfeed where I want. But when I’m pumping, I don’t love being in front of other people,” she says. “I want a private space. I want to pump my milk, and then I want to move on with my day.”