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About Ambrook

Ambrook’s mission is to make sustainability profitable in natural resource industries. We are starting in agriculture – building financial management tools for farms including bookkeeping, analytics, cards, and funding.

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Meet the team

Mackenzie Burnett

Co-Founder, CEO

Mackenzie Burnett comes from a USDA family, and cares deeply about the financial and environmental security of agricultural producers. She has prior experience working in community nonprofits, water asset management and open source software infrastructure. She holds an M.A. in international policy and climate security from Stanford University, and a B.A. in government and politics from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Jeff Anders

Co-Founder, Design

Jeff Anders is passionate about using design and technology to make an impact on climate change. He previously led design at Scale AI and worked on design teams at Meta, Minimill, Autodesk, and Venmo. Jeff lives in Denver, Colorado and has a B.S. in Product Design & Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Dan Schlosser

Co-Founder, Engineering

Dan Schlosser has spent his career building products at companies of all sizes, from large companies like Google and The New York Times to small startups and nonprofits like Covid Act Now and The Next 50. He graduated from Columbia University with a B.S. in Computer Science and a minor in Music, and grew up with his brother Ben, who is now an organic dairy farmer in Vermont.

Ali Aas

Design

Ali is a multidisciplinary designer passionate about the intersection of technology and the environment. She served as a Creative Director at Upstatement where she worked on award-winning projects including Grist and The Arnold Arboretum. Ali believes design can be a steward for sustainability and is eager to help farmers thrive in the face of a changing climate.

Atticus Graven

Operations

Atticus Graven spent his early career teasing out intent and incentives from transactional data in the US organized energy markets. At Ambrook he is able to pursue his true passion—supporting food producers to feed the world in a sustainable, non-exploitative way that reconnects us all to the food we eat. He has a M.S. in Agricultural Economics from the University of California, Davis, and a B.S. in Mathematics from Ursinus College.

Brian Shin

Engineering

Brian is a technologist who enjoys applying his engineering skills to real world problems. Prior to joining Ambrook, he worked at Butterfly Network and Facebook building iOS and Android applications. Brian has a B.S. in Computer Science from Columbia University.

Chris So

Engineering

Chris So is excited about using technology to improve the lives of individuals and communities. Prior to working at Ambrook, Chris built software products at Google and Verily. He has a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Columbia University.

Dylan Hoang

Engineering

Dylan is deeply passionate about building altruistic software and is excited about Ambrook's role in addressing the climate crisis. He has previously developed applications at Bloomberg and Verily. Dylan holds a B.S. in Computer Science from UCLA.

John Slinkman

Engineering

John Slinkman joined Ambrook because he believes that farm profitability is intrinsically linked to environmental justice and sustainability. He brings a wealth of experience building software and software teams for companies ranging from early stage startups to major government contractors. He holds a Masters in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin and Bachelors in Economics from the University of Virginia.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Ambrook is building an ecosystem of financial tools and services for agricultural producers. Ambrook cards and software are free to use. We make money by receiving a portion of the normal interchange fees that Visa charges merchants for accepting cards.

Yes! Call us at (303) 554-6845 or write to us on our contact page. You can even text us!

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Whether you’ve never set foot on a field in your life or have years of experience and want to start your own operation, we would love to help. Read our help article about new operations or search our Funding Library for opportunities for Beginning Farmers.

No. Ambrook is a private company unaffiliated with the USDA or any of its sub-agencies, such as the Farm Service Agency (FSA) or the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). We stay on top of USDA newsletters, press releases, and websites to regularly update our free Funding Library and often speak with USDA agents through our work on behalf of farmers, so we know the agencies well and have a healthy working relationship.

In order to make good funding recommendations, we need information about what you produce, where you are, and what your funding goals are. We designed our funding recommendations survey to make the process easy! We know it’s a privilege to hear about your operation so we take the data privacy of our customers extremely seriously.

There are national programs available to anyone in the US or its territories, but some states and regions do have additional programs! Tell us about your location and operation for the most relevant recommendations.

No! We have built our services from the ground up with mobile phones and spotty internet in mind. You’ll need to have a connection to the internet to get started and check in, but we are building our services to work well offline.

Yes! The Ambrook iOS and Android apps are available now for private testing. Interested in giving it a try? Email us at hello@ambrook.com.

Yes! If you have experienced losses due to a natural disaster, apply for these programs as soon as you can, there is often only a small window of time after the disaster during which you are eligible for relief funding. The USDA has a tool to determine whether you are eligible for national disaster funds and Ambrook also maintains a list of national and state-specific disaster aid programs in our Funding Library.

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