A&S alumna Amanda Hall wins the $1-million Women in Cleantech Challenge

November 30, 2021 by Barry Chong

Arts & Science alumna, Amanda Hall is now $1 million closer to helping Canada reach its net-zero goals.

Hall, the founder and CEO of Calgary-based startup Summit Nanotech, was declared the winner of the Women in Cleantech Challenge, a competition that tasked six first-time women entrepreneurs with scaling their startups over the course of more than three years. Hall accepted the $1-million prize virtually from Canadian author and fellow entrepreneur (and Arts & Science alumna) Margaret Atwood.

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