Amanda Curtis is cofounder and CEO of N.A.bld + Nineteenth Amendment. She grew up in the fashion industry and holds degrees from Boston University & Parsons School of Design. As a fashion designer she went from New York Fashion week designing for Richie Rich, DVF, and A-list celebrities to bringing a solo designed collection to London Fashion Week in her first season. Nine years ago she entered into the tech startup world in the retail marketing space with the goal of learning first hand the efficiency and potential of the space. N.A.bld + Nineteenth Amendment are the results of the collision of the fashion and tech worlds; a platform & business model that gives brands a smart way to launch product with the least amount of time, effort, and money ( #StilettoStrapping), while growing domestic manufacturing. Over 1,000 brands from around the world, from those just starting out to major brands like Disney and NBC Project Runway, have use N.A.bld to sustainably launch and manufacture apparel products in 6 weeks or less. Amanda is Forbes’ 30 Under 30 2016 for Retail & E-commerce, Apparel Magazine's 30 Under 30 2016, National Retail Federation’s top 25 People Shaping Retail’s Future 2018, and she is a mentor at TechStars and AOL's Built by Girls.