Check out the new Ripl talent!

Lisa Conquergood

Chief Marketing Officer | Megaphone

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A homegrown Seattleite who started her own company and so deeply understands the highs, lows, stress, and euphoria of running a small business. She's focused on letting as many small businesses as possible know about Ripl and how it can help their business be successful. In her spare time, she chases after dogs, cats, chickens, and kids, plots how to sneak more chocolate and squeeze in a trip to somewhere she's never been.

Osvaldo Flores

Visual Designer | Pixel Pusher

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Osvaldo (Ozzy) strives to create the best experiences with a clear and creative story through his designs. He's the Mexican who prefers cider over beer, and the designer who prefers chai latte over coffee. A total soccer geek who loves cereal.

Chris Deichl

Video Ad Designer | Lighting Connoisseur

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Chris, a Washington native, honed his visual story telling skills whilst living and working in Los Angeles primarily as a camera operator on a wide variety of productions: music videos, reality TV, and commercials. He has a passion for telling stories through moving images and has joined the Ripl team as the Video Ad Designer. In his free time, he loves spending time with his wife and son, enjoys cooking, golfing and most of all, laughing.

Shy Aberman

Senior Engineer | Software Craftsman

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Shy has been a software developer and technical team leader for several startups in Seattle and Atlanta. He loves working with highly collaborative teams to improve team culture and to ship great software. Outside of the office, he plays board games, rides his bicycle and jogs, reads mysteries and science fiction, travels abroad, and hopes to get a dog again.

Meghan Bodenstab

Meghan is the customer advocate at Ripl. She works on both product and content management and focuses on addressing the customers needs in the Ripl user experience.

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