July 20, 2017
Awair Ambassadors are a community of thought-leaders from a variety of backgrounds that are all connected by a passion for knowing what’s really in the air they breathe.
We’re always inspired by their work, so we like to take the opportunity every month to introduce and celebrate a few of our Awair Ambassadors so you can get to know them and learn about their journey toward understanding what’s in their air they breathe.
"I am excited about the Awair because of my family. They mean the world to me and anything I can do to ensure they live in a safer environment is a huge priority for me. Being able to know which harmful chemicals or pollutants are in our air is the first step. My daughter has eczema, the Awair will be able to help us control our environment more and, as a result, hopefully help to control her eczema. And that's just one of the benefits!"
"I am so excited to be part of this team because my family's health and well being are my number one priority- I know that Awair is going to help me achieve this!"
"I'm a mama of two gorgeous girls and I'm always looking for great products to enhance the health of my loved ones! I'm thrilled to be part of this journey."
"I'm super excited to try Awair. It’s a beautifully designed product and I love that it’s going to help my family breathe easier and feel safer in our home."
We'd love to hear your Awair story. Send us a message at email@example.com.
As the second installment of our Awair Design Spotlight, we interviewed our San Francisco-based Principle Designer, Maher Sinjary, to learn more about his unique design journey and the methodology behind Awair's visual identity.
When Brandi Sharkey became pregnant with her first child, she realized how important it is for a new mother to have a community that she can turn to for support. Wanting to provide this sense of community to her hometown in El Segundo, California, she decided to create her own business--Happy Baby.
Northern California was just plagued by record-breaking wildfires that covered over one million acres, destroying thousands of homes. As ash from the fires began to fill the sky, many nearby residents, including co-founder of Mother.ly, Jill Koziol, began to worry their families could also be affected by the unhealthy air spreading through the area.