Partner & Founder
As a natural problem solver with a hands-on approach, and as a proficient communicator with proven technical ability, Joe’s work is all about distilling complex problems and providing a clear path forward.
Experienced in a variety of technology and creative roles, Joe has a decade of continuous technical certifications from Apple, Linux certification from Red Hat, MDM certification from JAMF, and a BA in Graphic Design from Columbia College Chicago.
Since 2007, Joe has served North Carolina’s design community with various roles on the board of the Raleigh chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design—in 2012 he was elected Co-President for a two-year term.
Partner & Founder
Jim has worked as a technology professional for two decades, including a 15-year leadership role at one of the world’s leading research institutes, RTI International. His managerial hallmark was re-shaping the workplace culture of technical support services, directing his staff to focus on exceptional customer experience for RTI’s internal teams and divisions.
Jim holds MDM technical certification from JAMF, and has a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics from NC State.
Jim was recognized at the 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Athens, Greece for his decade of dedicated service as a volunteer coach to the North Carolina Special Olympics Sport Development Team.
Senior Technical Advisor
David has worked at various NC newspapers as a photojournalist, ran his own photography practice, worked as a staff photographer at CitySearch.com, and has been a Retouch Artist for Lord & Taylor New York.
Most recently, David lead the technical team for Macy’s NY studio of 80 on-site photographers and creatives. His prior career experience fostered a special collaboration between the studio teams that was unheard of at Macy’s in the years prior.
David has won eleven photojournalism awards from the N.C. Press, National Newspaper, and N.C. Press Photographers Associations, he holds certifications from Apple and Phase One, and he has a BA in Political Science from UNC Chapel Hill.
Client Experience Manager
Sarah’s expert project management skills, and commitment to social good and to the arts, have helped nonprofit organizations navigate critical times of transformation and change.
After positions at the Federation of American Scientists and at the Newseum, in 2010 Sarah joined the foundation partner of the Contemporary Art Museum of Raleigh. First as contract Registrar, then as Associate Director of Membership & Advancement, she helped open the museum, led marketing campaigns, deployed new donor operations technologies, and helped launch the inaugural annual fund.
Sarah has a BA in Anthropology from Hamilton College & an MA in Museum Studies from The George Washington University.