Nadia Hamilton is the CEO of Magnusmode, an interactive app that coaches people with special needs through everyday situations using customizable flashcards, stories, and a wizard character named Magnus. Through multiple partnerships with customers including CIBC and Tim Hortons, the app is on its way to becoming a worldwide recognized symbol of accessibility.

“The look of pride on their face when they can do something that they used to wait for someone to do for them, is priceless,” said Hamilton.

Hamilton has received a number of awards including the 2011 Project Wildfire Social Business Awards, SheEO’s 2016 Radical Generosity Initiative, and Startup Canada’s National and Regional Woman Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2016.

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