Team Eq


Founder & CEO: Leah Fredkin was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area. After graduating from Santa Clara University Leah moved to Los Angeles to work in production and hospitality while pursuing acting. Leah was born into a family that strongly believes in the importance of philanthropy. She is a longtime supporter of Planned Parenthood, involved with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and is on the Community Influencer Committee for The Crayon Initiative. Following the 2016 election, Leah began to see many of the rights she values become threatened – thus compelling her to create her company Equality Goods. Leah believes that however big or small, we all have the ability to make a difference. @leahfredkin

Creative Director: Kimberly Barth lends her expertise as a branding consultant and influencer strategist for companies, celebrities and non-profits such as Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and The Crayon Initiative. She serves as the CEO of Project360, an apparel company for social good that she founded in 2009 with Patrick Schwarzenegger and Nick Sheinberg – and has been featured on the covers of Glamour and WWD; in Details, Italian Vogue and InStyle. Kimberly is a Certified Fundraiser and a regular volunteer for both The Third Thursday and Companies for Kids programs at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, and an active participant in a women-in-business mentorship program. She previously served on the committee for the Rally for Kids L.A. @kimberlybarth

Sales Rep: Christopher Frye has always been on the cutting edge of style. As the former Fashion Director for Bloomingdales internationally, he has a keen eye for trend forecasting and can spot the “hot, new thing.” As the co-owner of Anonymous Showroom, Frye spends his days finding the “next best thing” and bringing it to market. A philanthropist at heart, Frye regularly volunteers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and has assisted in forming lucrative retail brand partnerships in support The Crayon Initiative. @christopher_frye