Philip Harris

A Manchester, England native, Philip is proudly a dual citizen who deems the hospitality industry synonymous with the American Dream. He found his way into counsel by first learning to observe, listen, and always keep people at the center of legal decisions. When he’s not looking out for us, he hikes with his wife, dog and a watchful eye on the scenery, seeking evidence of beauty to capture with his camera lens.  

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Andre Champion

Andre loves learning. In fact, when he finished school, he went back for more. In his spare time? He writes songs, travels, plays chess. Work or play, he sees every project as an opportunity to “keep the mind sharp, or sharpen the mind.” And while keeping our computer system going at its sharpest, he always practices the Golden Rule, viewing every person he meets as someone to encourage, inspire and naturally, to learn from.

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Sheamus Byrne

The network Sheamus cares most about? The people counting on him to keep them connected and happy. When he’s not traveling the globe, exploring new worlds via video game or heading into the woods for his next camping adventure, he’s supporting those around him, seeing to it they get what they need — tech-related or otherwise. When it comes to helping others, his motto is: “You today, me tomorrow.” That’s hospitality at its finest.

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Brett Orlando

At first blush, you might think Brett Orlando is a bottom-line guy. His fierce get-the-job done attitude is as much a part of him as his native New York accent and infectious cheshire cat grin. But spend more than a moment with him and you’ll quickly realize what gets him out of bed in the morning goes well beyond the task at hand. Brett is driven by his desire to inspire those he works with—every single day.

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Madi Kutz

In her own words, travel tunes Madi’s senses. Also drawing steady inspiration from people and their stories, she channels her well-fueled imagination into helping others feel welcome and inspired when they step into one of our shops. When she’s not helping us look our best, she’s probably enjoying an uncommonly good cup of coffee, humming a new indie tune, or basking in the company (and stories) of her favorite people.

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Benji Peck
Michael Sindoni

Michael doesn’t speak Italian, but his fluency in creating remarkable culinary experiences took root during tireless hours worked in a Florence, Italy kitchen. His secrets? Scratch-make everything. People before process. Employ systems. Practice empathy and open-mindedness. Fear routine. When he’s not putting this recipe into practice with our teams, Michael enjoys exploratory dining, winding down over oysters and beer after a day of fishing, and returning to Italy every chance he gets.

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Elliot Cunniff

Every chef has a secret ingredient. Elliot’s repertoire runs deep, down a special blend of talents that keep him (and his teams) sharp and steady. He can jump from barista to bartender, leader to coach, then back to chef. Outside the kitchen? From ski slopes to campsites and mountain bikes to motorcycles. He also builds his blend by dining out and studying local culture, always open to a dash of something new.  

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