Here are the folks changing the way companies think about culture, one team at a time.
Jason Preston is the Founder of Capture Culture. He is also the co-founder of Dent, a company that creates and supports a community of entrepreneurs, executives, and creatives who are driven to “put a dent in the universe.”
Jason is a part-time lecturer at the University of Washington in the Human Centered Design and Engineering department. He is also a board member for the Hydrocephalus Association, which is dedicated to eliminating the challenges of hydrocephalus.
Zac became an expert at creating cultures of innovation, teaching early stage product validation, and customer development while working in the federal government, as a partner at Wonful and LIFFFT, from running the Seattle Customer Development Meetup, and while working for Startup Weekend at their HQ in Seattle.
When he’s not changing the world, he’s training parkour and doing backflips, traveling the world, and running events.
Morgan is Director of Client Services at Experiences for Mankind. She is responsible for developing thoughtful partnerships with both clients and leaders in the advertising and marketing industry. As Director of Client Services, her everyday is making sure the creative team is achieving the need of clients, making business impacts through the customer’s experience with brands.
Stewart Ugelow is an entrepreneur, management consultant, and, from time to time, a writer. He is the founder of Teach Fishing, a nonprofit creating new ways to increase social impact through high-value volunteerism.
Prior to Teach Fishing, Stewart co-founded four companies and has consulted with venture-backed startups on strategy, new product introductions, business development, financing, and communications. His work as an entrepreneur has been featured in a variety of publications, including The Wall Street Journal and Rolling Stone, the latter of which described him as a “Master of Business.”