After first learning about TribalVision I dug through the website in order to learn more and better understand the company. I stumbled upon the Tribal Principles and immediately identified with each and every one of them. I found it refreshing that such humble and noble sentiments were available on the website, but not plastered on the homepage. TV wasn’t looking for praise or recognition for these philosophies, it was simply acknowledging how they operated. At that point, I knew this was a company I wanted to be a part of, and every subsequent conversation I had with TV team members reaffirmed that and served to excite me further about joining the TV tribe.
I come from a very artistic family — painters, photographers, jewelers — but never felt the same creative drive. It took me a long time realize that my creativity expressed itself in a desire to think outside the box and tackle projects and tasks in ways that perhaps flipped them on their head, but revealed new approaches and efficiencies. TribalVision seemed like the perfect place for me to combine that with my love of hospitality: even when I was growing up across the street from a park, I spent more time organizing games of hopscotch, kickball, and tag for other kids than actually participating in the games myself. TV gives me the opportunity to simultaneously apply my unconventional creativity and my passion for serving and taking care of others.
My personal interests include sports and being outdoors, but most of my free time centers around food. I love to eat out at new restaurants and try different cuisines or to cook at home for friends and family. If it involves food, I’m game.