After the loss of a loved one, assessing the value of a home is a common part of the healing process. But what about the memories inside that home? Sarah Powers WG23 created Nemu to divide personal belongings among family members in a way that brings everyone into the process, managing those transfers “efficiently, fairly, and transparently.”
Powers developed a unique algorithm for asset allocation with former Wharton professor Clayton Featherstone, allowing users to take videos of their property before the Nemu team catalogs and organizes everything on the app. Family members can then log on and add descriptions. Nemu won the Ashton Family Award for Female Founders in the 2022 Venture Lab Startup Challenge.
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