by Amber Helsel
If you have ever used the camera search tool on the Amazon app, you can, in part, thank the team behind Partpic, including Jackson native Nashlie Sephus, the owner of The Bean Path, a technology and entrepreneurial nonprofit.
Aquita Bryant, 22, decided she wanted to know everything about the media ministry at her church, Crossroads International House of Worship in Jackson. She set her sights on learning how to use all of the equipment and moved up the ranks. Earlier this year, she became the director of media.
by Brynn Corbello
Sara Kiparizoska was in a sorority at the University of Mississippi, and she needed suddenly a dress, which is a crisis many women in college face.
To solve fashion dilemmas like hers, Kiparizoska partnered with William Ault, Eli Allen and David Oates to develop an app called Nimble, now called Curtsy. Curtsy is a free app in Apple's app store where users can rent dresses from their current location and also post dresses for rent to earn cash.
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