Amy Tippins - RockScar Love

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Please join host Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino with guest Amy Tippins of Rock Scar Love.

Amy Tippins founded RockScar Love Designs® in 2010, seeking to realize her dream of owning a business while using that platform to inspire, empower, and enrich the lives of others. Her generous and empowering spirit permeates all aspects of the business – from the unique one-of-a-kind branded apparel to her poignant blog and her perky tweets.

Rock Your Scar. Pay It Forward.

Tippins uses her growing media presence and loyal social media network to spread the message of self-acceptance and paying it forward. So what’s the message? Rock your Scar. Pay It Forward. A message with the high purpose of helping others embrace their scars and use their challenging life experiences to pay it forward by helping others do the same.

After receiving her liver transplant over 18 years ago, she began to see the unlimited opportunities people in the global community have to pay it forward. “If people can simply accept themselves and embrace both their physical and emotional scars, they will create an environment that has potential to give rise to something amazing,” says Tippins. 

Tippins uses her personal time to speaking at multiple community and charity events about overcoming adversity and turning heartache in triumph. She also volunteers time with multiple organizations in her community. She has volunteered at Camp Independence and Camp Second Chance. Tippins also enjoys public speaking with Lifelink of Georgia, Georgia Transplant Foundation, National Kidney Foundation and other civic organizations. Her past activities include Atlanta Jaycees, United States Master’s Swimming Association, and coaching basketball with Camp All American.  She also loves include cooking out, yoga, spin class, entertaining and modeling.

  

 

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