Un.Inc Alums: Spotlight
Social Entrepreneur, Advocate, Teacher
Danny is the co-founder of openCurrents, an alternative currency that you can earn by volunteering. When he came to the Un.Inc he had already rallied a team behind him, and was well into product development. Since graduating he has launched his beta in Austin and begun gaining traction with local volunteer groups and local stores.
Founder, Animal Packers
Social Entrepreneur, Engineer, Designer
Debra is one of the smartest, most detail-oriented women you'll ever meet. She took her love of engineering and the inspiration from her grand-daughters and started Animal Packers, a line of whimsical, intentional toddler backpacks. Since graduating from the Un.Inc in 2017 she has completed her first line, filled a warehouse with stock and started selling her bags in stores and museums around the country.
You can find her premium kids bags in Austin at Picket Fences, Two Peas In a Pod and Thinkery and online at www.animalpackers.com and follow her on Instagram.
Social Entrepreneur, Musician, Teacher
Richard moved to Austin to pursue his career as a musician in 2017. He lived in the first ever Un.Inc Residential Cohort program, and since graduating from the Un.Inc he has made big strides towards his goals. His impact business combines his love of empowering youth with voice, and his talent as a musician.
Founder, Archer's Bagels
Social Entrepreneur, Foodie, Human Rights Advocate
Kathryn participated in the first ever Un.Inc cohort in San Antonio. She came in with a big heart and an even bigger idea; to raise awareness of human trafficking amongst San Antonio's residents, through bagels. Since graduating she has launched her bagel pop-up business, bringing New York style bagels to San Antonio along with an important message.
JANUARY 2017 COHORTS
October 2016: Women in Impact
These 5 fabulous ladies made up our founding cohort, completing their Idea Phase class in December 2016.