SPILL ON PURPOSE.
It’s a way of life!
It’s MORE THAN A STATEMENT, IT'S a THINKING culture AND WAY OF LIFE. Spill on purpose™ CALLS TO THE TABLE THE RESTRICTING SAFETY MARGINS THAT HOLD BACK DEVELOPMENT, INNOVATION, NEW IDEAS AND NEXT LEVEL GROWTH.
How can we help you Spill on Purpose?
Meet The Teem
(founder & insight Strategist)
After serving over 15 years in leadership roles which ranged from supervisory to a tenured directorship, Human Services taught Joshua René that serving people begins with serving how they think. Joshua found himself no longer fitting into the traditional and typical landscapes of business, so he created The Spill Teem!
Joshua is the recipient of the Program Leadership in Sales, Marketing and Technology Award, Mastery Certification in Leadership Development, and currently serves as an adjunct instructor.
His pursuit of service to others injected into The Spill Teem has allowed us to create demand and breed significant purpose in the world of creative and functional development.
Jared walks his talk! His presence and talents are a unique piece to our visual puzzle. He specializes in helping brands better understand their unique advantage in the market by creating a visual identity to reflect their core values. We believe every company has a distinct fingerprint that speaks to its ideal audience.
Jared is a Full Sail University graduate with a degree in Digital Arts and Design. He ventured out to become the Founder & Creative Director of See & Hear Creative; which is why he's a perfect addition to making sure our clients not only receive thinking culture clarity but a visual clarity as well.
He's also one of the coolest guys we know, so we like having him around!
Katya grew up as a compulsive question-asker. Starting from the “why”s of the world, her questions now revolve around what makes humans tick and how to strive to help them thrive in the workplace.
Katya flips problems on their heads to reveal the questions underneath, creating a reframe of how they’re seen. She’s working towards imbuing more honesty, empathy, and curiosity—her version of the tenets of humanness—into how individuals and teams function at work.
A graduate of the University of Virginia and in the midst of a Masters in organizational development and knowledge management, she enjoys public speaking and leading Toastmasters, creatively weaving words together in a story or poem, and doing handstands on mountains to revel in a new perspective.