Limbitless Solutions is a non-profit organization devoted to building a generation of innovators who use their skills and passion to improve the world around them. We use additive manufacturing to advance personalized bionics and solutions for disabilities. We believe that no family should have to pay for their child to receive an arm. Now we want to lead by example and encourage communities to innovate with compassion.
Our Dedicated Team
Albert Manero President
Albert leads the team to grow Limbitless Solutions’ impact and to encourage children to dream big dreams in engineering. He holds a doctorate in mechanical engineering from the University of Central Florida, and mentors students learning design skills in the Next Generation Bionics Laboratory.
John Sparkman Vice President, R&D Director
John is the director of research and development for Limbitless. You can find him in the lab dreaming up new ideas —and making them a reality. He is a graduate from the University of Central Florida with a master’s degree in mechanical engineering, and now mentors students and is helping build the next generation of innovators.
Nat Jones Financial Director and Treasurer
Nat is the financial director and treasurer for Limbitless Solutions. He is currently studying for his Masters in Business Administration at the University of Central Florida, and is working to grow the non-profit’s financial resources to continue to serve more families looking for 3DHope.
Dominique Courbin Director of Production
Dominique is the director of production at Limbitless and serves as a board member. He works to make every arm special for each Limbitless recipient. He is studying mechanical engineering at the University of Central Florida, and mentors students learning design and manufacturing skills.
Brendan Jones Technology Coordinator
Brendan is a graduate student at the University of Central Florida studying biomedical engineering. He coordinates the developing projects and electronics for Limbitless and can be found in the laboratory working on Project Xavier’s wheelchair. Brendan also serves as a board member.
Albert Manero Executive Director
Albert leads the team to develop and distribute new arms, and encourage children to dream big dreams in engineering. He is a doctoral student in mechanical engineering at the University of Central Florida, and mentors students learning design and manufacturing skills in the TI Innovation Lab.
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