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Christie Cooper

Senior Project and Account Manager

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Melanie Haniph

Employee Experience Content Strategist

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Katie Zepeda McFate

Director, Project Management Office

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Alyx Prinz

Associate Account Director

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Sarah Rocco

Designer

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Greg Stewart

Founder,
Executive Creative Director

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Meghan Stewart

Managing Partner

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Owen Wilson Stewart

Chief Chair Stealer

Leading the way we work. Every day.

Work together

Leverage our collective smarts.

Thrive in hereThrive out there

Do great work. But remember why you work.

Be curiously
clever

Wonder differently to uncover and

create smart solutions.

Keep going and growing

Try something new. Learn while doing.

Push boundaries.

Own it

Be accountable and back up your thinking.

Do good Be good

Be respectful. Be humble. Invest in others.

Our vision for Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI)

We believe we are stronger and better, as people and professionals, when more voices and perspectives are represented and valued among our team and in the work we create. The voices and perspectives should mirror our greater community and those we serve.

We achieve this through fostering an inclusive and equitable culture that encourages each person the freedom to bring their complete self to work each day. It’s not only the right thing to do it’s crucial for our success.

We strive to empower all people by working toward eliminating barriers to resources and opportunities. It is imperative that all voices are heard and we will use our talents and platform to amplify marginalized voices and systematic issues.

Our commitment to social justice, and to becoming more diverse, equitable and inclusive on the inside, and outside, is just beginning and we will never stop.

Small enough to know each other’s coffee orders, but big enough to take on anything.

Christie Cooper

Senior Project and Account Manager

Here’s a tip as you get to know Christie. Do. Not. Tell her something can’t be done. It’s just going to end up with her doing it and you feeling silly. Like, “an account manager slash project manager with a background in design and 20 years of experience doesn’t exist.” And then we met Christie, and we felt silly. Or, “there’s no such thing as a good gluten-free bagel. Christie made us eat our words (and a crazy-tasty homemade bagel). So take our advice and don’t tell Christie it can’t be done, just bring her a big problem and watch her solve it.

Melanie Haniph

Employee Experience Content Strategist

Since she’s a writer, it’s not hard to believe that Melanie loves just about every form of the written word. Blog posts, research reports, many kinds of fiction, you name it—she never gets tired of reading (or writing). Her love for words has even inspired her to learn more of them in other languages, most notably, Norwegian. So when she’s not using her decades of strategic HR experience to write about the latest employee experience trends, you’ll probably find her watching Scandinavian crime dramas in the original Norwegian. Skål!

Katie Zepeda McFate

Director, Project Management Office

Katie is a star on an intramural volleyball team called Blood, Sweat, and Beers (no big deal). We think that’s a great metaphor for her career as well. For starters, she loves the people she works with, so she measures her success by the success of others – arming us with the tools and support we need to thrive. She also works damn hard, every day, to make sure process and product are in sync. As for the beer? Well, she’s been at this for 10+ years, so.

Alyx Prinz

Associate Account Director

They say there are two sides to every story. We respectfully disagree—because we know Alyx. When it comes to her story, there are many, many sides. There’s the introvert side, who takes care to make decisions thoughtfully. There’s the gamer side, who finds big wins for her partners. The extrovert side, who shares expertise (and a story) with a smile. And the yogi side, who approaches chaos with calm clarity. But the best part of Alyx’s story? It’s just getting started.

Sarah Rocco

Designer

Do you know what a Ragnar relay is? Don’t worry, no one here did either—until we met Sarah. To be brief, it’s a 200-mile relay race, ran by a team. Whoa. And guess who crushes Ragnar relays? That’s right, Sarah. Which is probably why she fits in so well here, because those races are pretty similar to how we work. Every project brings a group of individuals together to chase a common goal. So whether it’s a logo, a poster, a book layout or landing page, Sarah is on it, supporting her teammates and racing toward a solution.

Greg Stewart

Founder,
Executive Creative Director

They say the best way to understand someone is to walk a mile in their shoes, so let’s walk a mile in Greg’s. He’s an avid endurance athlete, with seven Ironman triathlons in the books. He’s also a marketing and design ironman, with 20+ years of experience as creative leader. Big agencies and small agencies, global brands and growing brands – Greg has done it all. And for the past 10 years, he’s put his heart and soul into growing Ingenuity. You know, whoever said to walk a mile in someone’s shoes was wrong. Because to understand Greg, you have to swim 2.4, cycle 112 and run 26.2.

Meghan Stewart

Managing Partner

Meghan is a jack of all trades, master of…all trades. And when you look at her 20+ years of experience in advertising, sales and marketing, it’s not exactly shocking to learn everything she does at Ingenuity. Because she’s done it all before. *Deep breath* She’s part account manager, part agency manager, part people manager. She’s an entire benefits department, a mentor, an advisor, a candy supplier, a recruiter, a new business director and even the Ingenuity brand manager. *Exhale* So, yeah. Master of all trades.

Owen Wilson Stewart

Chief Chair Stealer

Owen is by far our fluffiest employee, and he takes great pride in his flowing locks. He regularly joins meetings and has been known to contribute to the occasional conference call. He’s a 65-pound Goldendoodle who thinks he’s a 12-pound lap dog and will steal your chair if you’re not careful. He is a loving and sensitive soul and may or may not have a major identity crisis whenever Greg leaves on business trips.