Nandi Isaac

Nandi is a lively young woman with a passion for community and a deep desire to help people save their memories. Some years ago, a huge tornado tore through her town. Nandi met people who had lost everything. Their greatest regret was not saving their precious albums and photos. ‘Saving Memories’, became Nandi’s mantra and ‘Scan with Nan’ was born.  

Scan with Nan is a custom digital scanning business, that scans irreplaceable photographs, and documents onto memory drives to preserve for posterity. Each photo and/or document is then available for customers to transfer into their own cloud/electronic storage devices. Satisfied customers have the peace of mind that comes with knowing their photos and documents are safe from unanticipated misfortunes such as flooding, house fires, and thefts. Grandma’s albums can now be used to trace family roots or to share priceless photos on social media.

A little about Nandi: She was born with Down Syndrome and is legally blind. From early on, she recognized her God given gifts and abilities. Surrounded by a host of supporters, she has leveraged the reality of her challenges, to impact her world. She serves on several State Disability Boards. She loves to cook and aims to work out, as often as possible. The Middle Georgia Toastmasters club welcomes her unique perspective, plus she can tell a mean joke! Life is full.

We are pleased to share that Nandi was recently appointed V.P. Membership for Toastmasters Mid Georgia! (updated on 7/8/2019)

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