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CSI Success story: Nadia Hamilton

In 2011, Nadia Hamilton was the winner of CSI’s Project Wildfire. She earning $25,000 for her project to improve the lives of adults with autism. She went on to start a company called Magnusmode, creating products and services that connect, engage, and enable neuro-atypical people lead more independent lives. The company’s flagship product, MagnusCards™, is a web and mobile app that helps companies make digital step-by-step life guides for using their products or services. McCarran International in Las Vegas just became the first American airport to use the app to make traveling more accessible.


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