Each month, we go beyond the glasses to get a glimpse of the personal experiences, interests, and accomplishments of our fab employees here at Whereoware. For August, we get to know Devon Martin, our Product Designer, a little better.
What’s your name? Devon Martin
Job Title: Product Designer
KICK IT WITH DEVON:
Whereoware’s resident soccer fanatic, Devon, headed to France to watch team USA take the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Catch a glimpse of her experience in Europe!
At Whereoware, we like to think bigger. Beyond our wow-worthy work environment, Whereoware is committed to giving back and fostering community spirit through service. Our fab employees are dedicated to working together in small but mighty ways to better serve our community – and have fun doing it!
Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) committee spearheads service projects, charity events, and other initiatives to reflect our culture of compassion and achieve our goal of making a difference that resonates.
The committee’s mission is to actively engage our team through hands-on outreach activities to help those in need, cultivate lasting relationships with local organizations, and create meaningful impact.
Check out some of the passionate and devoted CSR leaders that help make it all possible!
Each month, we’ll be going beyond the glasses to get a glimpse of the personal experiences of our fab employees here at Whereoware. For May, we get to know Jacob McCollum, our Lead Front End Developer, a little better outside of the office.
What’s your name? Jacob McCollum Job title: Lead Front End Developer
What is Cypher V?
Cypher V is the 5th installment of the College of William & Mary’s annual computer science hack-a-thon. Over the course of 37 sleep-free hours, teams of students collaborate to create projects that solve real world problems, improve quality of life, entertain, and more. (All skill levels are welcome!)
At the end of the weekend, the teams present their projects to a panel of judges, who award prizes in multiple categories like Innovation and Complexity.
Each month, we go beyond the glasses to get to know our fab Whereoware employees even better. For April, meet Grant Kenny, an Account Executive and aspiring voice actor.
What’s your name? Grant Kenny Job title: Account Executive
THE SIDE HUSTLE: VOICE ACTOR
How’d you get started in voice acting? What’s the journey been like?
I’m still at the beginning stages! I started with coaching and online training through a Studio in New York. My coach was the voice of a popular Saturday cartoon called Yu-Gi-OH.
Since then, I’ve trained with multiple coaches and made a lot of connections. I now have a website and an agent based in Atlanta.
I’ve worked on a few commercials for car and RV dealerships, a YouTube Web trailer series, and some professional narrations.
I also help run a conference every other year – the Mid-Atlantic Voiceover Conference, or MAVO for short. It’s based in Herndon, Virginia and brings voice actors from all over to meet and work with the pros. It’s a huge success, and I love being a part of it.
The future that data experts and science fiction authors have long predicted is here: digital data runs our world.
When effectively interpreted and harnessed, data helps us make strategic decisions, improve inefficiencies, better engage our audience, and provide deeper value to customers. Data automation at scale is the competitive future, and Whereoware has an entire Customer Insights (CI) team obsessed with all-things-data.
Meet our gang of data experts and learn how the Customer Insights team helps our clients maximize data to make strategic business decisions and increase sales.
Each month, we’ll be going beyond the glasses to get a glimpse of the personal experiences of our fab employees here at Whereoware. For February, we get to know about Mitch Phillips, our User Interface Designer, outside of the office a little better.
What’s your name? Mitch Phillips Job title: User Interface Designer
Where did you go?
I flew to Salt Lake City, rented a car, and explored 4/5 National Parks in Utah. I visited Arches, Canyonlands, Zion, and Bryce Canyon over a ten-day span and hiked close to 100 miles in that time. I lived off of peanut butter sandwiches to save money, but every once in a while, I’d splurge on some deli meat and have the meal of a lifetime.