Tribal takes a top-down approach to bringing on new talent, meaning that you first need to make the grade with the CEO and managing partners before you’ll get in to the specifics and meet with your future coworkers. They want to ensure a good fit across the entire organization, and it’s obvious in the culture that this approach works. By the end of the interview process, I had met about 1/3 of the entire team, so from day 1 felt like I was already a part of it. This is indicative of the totally unique environment and outlook that is at play in TribalVision as a whole. It is a diverse, driven and welcoming group of professionals, and it is clear that every last person, from the c-suite to the interns, has a stake in shaping the company’s future.
I have an insatiable hunger for knowledge, and am tirelessly curious. Growing up abroad, I seized the opportunity to soak up every experience I could—riding planes, trains and automobiles to anywhere that would have me. As a kid I was always getting into something, chasing that next great experience, and I guess I still am today. I like being outdoors, hiking, crab fishing and building full-scale tee-pees (okay, that was a one time thing), but I also love Netflix, and reading books; I am just as likely to be found at an Arctic Monkeys show as I am to be at Fleetwood Mac, but for entirely different reasons; most of all I just enjoy doing interesting things with interesting people.
My Favorite Project
Every day I have the chance to learn more about an industry I never would have had the opportunity to be exposed to in another profession. From Rodon clips and window sealant, to boho baubles and the latest trends in stacked bracelets, there is never a dull moment. You have the opportunity to touch every aspect of your client’s business from the ground up, and gain experience in a wealth of different disciplines. It’s a truly unique experience.