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Our Story

We are a husband-and-wife team. We're best friends. And we're co-founders of Jamber.

We make hands happier and healthier for a more joyful life. We do this by designing products that are made to be held in our hands. To further this mission, we offer FREE Hand Yoga classes every Tuesday and Friday.

Why hands? We rely on our hands for our everyday, from the most special moments to the most mundane. Whether holding our baby, shaking hands when we first meet someone, or holding a cup of coffee, our hands are with us every step of this journey.

We started Jamber to make sure that we care for our hands today, so that they'll be there for us tomorrow.

The Aha Moment

It all started with a lunch with Allen’s grandfather, a former 82nd Airborne Ranger.  He was so tough, they called him "Hercules" in the ARMY.

That day, we watched our childhood hero struggle to bring a mug to his mouth.

We set out to solve this problem.

Watch Allen, Diana, and Allen's grandfather talk about this on the TODAY SHOW. 

Founders

Husband-and-wife duo, Allen and Diana Arseneau, started Jamber to make the world a better place. When not running Jamber, they are busy raising their 3 children, and believe in discovering the magic of life generally through camping, cooking, and being silly with the kids.

Diana Arseneau
Co-Founder & CSO

Diana Arseneau, raised in Milford, CT, has a degree in chemistry from Harvard University. She worked in clinical and business development in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries, and loves talking to young girls about science. 

Diana loves being a mom, and loves that she has found a way to balance her business passions with raising a family.

Allen Arseneau
Co-founder & CEO

Allen Arseneau, originally from Boston, has a degree in bio-chemical engineering and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. Allen has worked as a process engineer in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries.

Allen mentors a little boy in need through the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization, and has had his own Big Brother for over 30 years. 

Medical Advisory Team

Peter Weiss, MD (advisor)
Scot Sellers Scholar of Hand Surgery
Chief - Hand, Upper Extremity & Microvascular Surgery
Vice Chairman & Professor of Orthopaedics
Alpert Medical School of Brown University / Rhode Island Hospital

Karen Jacobs, EdD, OT, OTR, CPE, FAOTA (advisor)
Clinical Professor of Occupational Therapy
Former President, American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)
Boston University, College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences / Sargent College