The perfect marriage of strategist, consultant, & rainmaker. Chad loves connecting good people with other good people. If we’re the right fit, he’ll be the first to let you know. If we’re not, he’ll be the first to let you know. Chad has dedicated his career to brands that are changing the world by helping nonprofits fund progress while also advancing Purpose in the workplace. Chad is a human acting like a professional, not the other way around – hence, the silly jokes and bear hugs (if given permission).
Where design and data meet, you’ll find Ali. Her research background brings order to the office, while her commitment to simplicity provides balance and serenity. Although she’s worn many hats at Parisleaf, her analytic disposition makes her a natural COO. Ali’s love for the outdoors is only rivaled by her love of knowledge – whether books, documentaries, or inspiring conversation.
Tom has spent the past decade or so immersed in agency life, leading design operations and creative endeavors. Prior to that, he spent time working on everyone’s favorite retro messaging platform, AIM. He is passionate about branding and thrilled by the creative process. Outside of the daily grind, he has a somewhat unhealthy obsession with music discovery, and will happily drive any distance with his family for good tacos.
Jessica, otherwise known as Jessistant, is Chad’s right hand (wo)man. She’s a native Kentuckian and proud of it. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with her cat/son Roman, playing piano and ukulele, singing, and boogying (yes, that’s a word) the night away. Her favorite holiday is Tater Day. We’ll let you ask her about that one.
Abbey’s passion for organization and being a part of something bigger than herself led her to Parisleaf. Given that she thrives on juggling multiple projects at once, providing support for our clients and our team gives her an ideal level of workplace fulfillment. Outside of work hours, you can find Abbey with her main man curled up watching TV, playing with the cat, or spending quality time with friends.
After spending 6 years working with animals, Stanford’s love for organization and strategic planning pulled him toward a position on our project management team. Stanford thrives on setting our creatives up for success to help our clients reach their goals, making him a perfect fit within Parisleaf’s vision and workplace culture. In his spare time, you can find Stanford watching anime, playing chess, or walking his pup, Savannah.
Rose, or fondly known as “Ro”, finds passion in design for its ability to cross endless boundaries and invoke authentic and emotive responses. Ro lives and breathes all things design, is deeply proud of her Korean-American heritage, has a passion for film photography, and adores interior design. Outside of work she loves the outdoors, and enjoys hiking and backpacking with her two beautiful children and husband on the weekends.
Brit is known for her passionate, empathetic and vibrant creative problem solving. As a creative individual, Brit sought out the design field for its ability to explore different solutions through artistic expression and its capacity to positively impact someone’s visual identity. When Brit isn’t gaming with her husband or snuggling with her animal babies, she enjoys illustrating for her Etsy shop, or reading a good book. Brit lives by the quote, “Do good work for good people,” which inspires her creative work at Parisleaf.
From the perfect setup and punchline to uncovering the soul of a brand, Larry brings a Zen core and quip to every project. He’s spent the last two decades with ad agencies big and small, including Ogilvy & Mather, JWT and TBWA\Chiat\Day, with extensive experience in the higher education sector. When he’s not writing copy, Larry enjoys reading, surfing and making furniture.
The “English one” who untangles wordy problems. Seth is a creative copywriter and strategic thinker who has spent the last decade helping brands find their authentic voice. He has also reviewed some of the world’s most acclaimed branding projects for BP&O. When he’s not tapping on a keyboard, he spends his time devouring books, visiting new places, and learning how to make things grow in the garden.
Paul has been working in digital for 27 years, creating engaging user experiences that encourage people to take action. He is author of the User Experience Revolution and Click! both of which are focused on how a good experience can improve conversion and build a brand. Paul has joined the Parisleaf team to help you make the most of your digital channels and have fun in the process.