Adjunct Professor | USC Marshall School of Business
Elizabeth Amini is a social entrepreneur with a background in science, and an Adjunct Professor of Clinical Entrepreneurship at USC Marshall School of Business‘ Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. Previously she spent five years at JPL/NASA conducting scientific research. Elizabeth earned a bachelors degree in Cognitive Science from Occidental College and an M.B.A. from University of Southern California.
Her Anti-Aging Games® business plan won first place in the the USC Business Plan contest as well as the YPO (Young Presidents‘ Organization) award for promising new companies. Anti-Aging Games recently participated in the National Science Foundation’s Zap! and CaDRE Innovation Corps programs. A new version called FocusPro Games™ will be released soon and is optimized for patients recovering from strokes and traumatic brain injuries. Twenty percent of the pre-tax profits from the brain games company are given to projects and research that improve lives around the world.
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