Ashley Z. Hand

LA CoMotion / CityFi

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Ashley Z. Hand is a strategic advisor to LA CoMotion and a co-founder of CityFi.

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A prototype of Gita and Jeremy, a resident of the Crenshaw district of Los Angles Photo by Frances Anderton 
 Would you walk with your belongings in a ball rolling along behind you?…

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A prototype of Gita and Jeremy, a resident of the Crenshaw district of Los Angles Photo by Frances Anderton Would you walk with your belongings in a ball rolling along behind you?…

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