Tom SuddesIn conjunction with the Career Center at Notre Dame, HANDS sponsored the lecture entitled “Thinking big, building simple

After two years as the Chief Operating Officer of HANDS, Liz Myers has recently stepped down as she moves to Oregon in pursuit of a new challenge.

According to Myers, she first became interested in the organization when her husband introduced her to HANDS´ co-

After placing as a runner-up in the University of Notre Dame´s McCloskey Business Plan Competition Venture Fair in 2009, HANDS was back for more in 2011.

This year, HANDS participated in the Notre Dame Business Competition sponsored by the Gigot Center of Entrepreneurial Studies.