If you’ve worked in-person from Vibe Coworks, you’ve likely seen Vibe member Rachael Studebaker of Studebaker Design Co. adding idea after idea to a sprawling map of creative genius that spills across the whiteboard wall and table top in one of Vibe’s sunniest corners. If not there, you’ve surely seen her engaged in an animated […]
Tall, understated, and earnest, Taylor Groves has a Curious George quality. Except “curiouser”, and more animated. His mind is a cool machine with astonishing circuitry, yet he brings a welcome accessibility to the amazing adventure his work has become. A high-performance computer (HPC) architecture and performance engineer with Berkeley Labs, Taylor is part of a […]
If you’ve been around Vibe much over the last five months, you’ve surely crossed paths with Brittany Corona.
Here’s a fun fact for you: since opening just two short years ago, Vibe has been staffed, not by employees, but by members who trade eight hours a week of their time for an unlimited membership to Kitsap’s most dynamic coworking community and shared workspace, thanks to the Vibe Host Program.
From social media and digital marketing strategy to conversational design and app development, Ferdinand Mehlinger of Bluoo Digital is a versatile leadership consultant with a glint in his eye, a ready smile, and some serious glow factor. The man simply vibrates and lights up when talking shop.
A pint-sized business woman, Jamie DeTavis is a powerhouse with the creative chops to match. Out on the patio at Vibe Coworks, with the sun (yay!) streaming all around us, she shares that we can all be our own power source, sparking electric ideas in the way we live, and in the work we do.
With understated elegance, eyes as bright as crystal blue persuasion and an engaging warm-heartedness, Marnie Clark claims the elephant as her spirit animal. As the founder of National Mocktail Week, Marnie’s vision is all about inclusivity. “For those who don’t drink alcohol, whatever their reasons, I want them to be able to walk in anywhere and feel that they have choices that are fun and taste great. Everyone should be able to join in festivities, whether they’re out and about or at home. That’s why I started creating my own recipes. This is a whole new movement for celebrating the good life.”
In another life, Mary Mason may well have been one of those favorite, super-cozy sweaters you inherited from a loved one. Hip and a bit hippy-like; softened with comfort; quirkily colorful yet somewhat low-key. She’s also a statement for metamorphosis, which her new budding consultancy, The Mpath, embraces.
Maggie, Maggie, Maggie Moore. Her name has a certain ring to it and, in person, she comes alive with all the bells and whistles of a committed professional. That’s because Maggie’s on the move to help make Olympic Community Health (OCH) a sustaining force—one to be reckoned with, providing strategic care and support services for the locals she and her team look out for across Clallam, Jefferson and Kitsap counties.
Jennie Hoffman can make even the most complex of problems seem solvable. She began graduate school with the intention of pursuing an academic career, but eventually decided she’d rather save the world. And so she is.
For Chicago native, Raquel Pappas, taking ownership of Kitsap Hot Yoga in 2016 not only marked the start of her own entrepreneurial venture—it also marked the growth of one of the region’s most community-centered yoga studios. In celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week, we sat down with Vibe Founding40 member and Poulsbo business owner Raquel Pappas to […]