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December 1st 2017

2017 November Amber Grant Finalists

Tip Genie

Elle Rustique

TipGenie is a mobile payments and social impact startup based in Mountain View, California.


WNS Events

Whitney Nichole Stevens

WNS Events is a boutique event planning agency that specializes in curating corporate, charity and social events in Sports and Entertainment.

Upcycled Stone

Tara Lynn Huff

Upcycled Stone takes excess stone that would otherwise be tossed into the trash and upcycles it into products including fire pits and pavers.


Anahata Collaborative

Lara Cornell

Lara’s studio space is created specifically for local creatives and wellness professionals to learn from each other and grow their businesses.

Trinity Gunshot Alarm System

Stacy Jax
Website (Release in early 2018)

Influenced by the Sandy Hook tragedy, Stacy’s goal is to improve school/building security and safety.

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