Transforming Your Passion Into Your Profession | August 20

| August 12, 2020
Submitted by Hannah Tambor for CPD Office

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Join us to learn about how Lianna Genovese transformed her first-year project at McMaster University into the successful Startup company called ImaginAble Solutions. Lianna will share her experience as a woman in biomedical and mechanical engineering, as well as a young female entrepreneur. She will highlight how she used her passion, drive and a bit of luck to overcome many obstacles and achieve her dreams.

Lianna is the CEO & Founder of ImaginAble Solutions and the inventor of the company’s international award-winning product Guided Hands™. ImaginAble Solutions creates assistive devices for people living with impaired motor control to improve their quality of life during everyday activities. The company’s lead product, Guided Hands™ is an assistive device that enables people with limited fine motor skills to write, draw, and paint as well as type and scroll on a tablet or a computer.

Event Details

  • Date: Thursday, August 20
  • Time: 6 p.m. (EDT)
  • Location: Zoom

Register here to reserve your spot to this inspiring talk!

Visit the Imaginable Solutions website to learn more about how Guided Hands™ gives individuals back their freedom of expression and enables them to live the life they had always imagined!

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