Diana Hall is the owner and founder of Pueblo-based ActivArmor, which makes splints meant to overcome the shortcomings of traditional casts.
Diana Hall is the owner and founder of Pueblo-based ActivArmor, which makes splints meant to overcome the shortcomings of traditional casts.

It was an idea that grew out of a mentoring program in Pueblo — and now the concept is looking to go nationwide this year. Diana Hall, owner and founder of ActivArmor, which manufactures 3D-printed splints, was running the La Jente Mentoring Program on Pueblo’s Eastside. During her 2½ years there, among the six or […]

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