We’re perfectionists — and proud of it
We know: “Good enough” is how the world works.
But it’s not how we work.
We’ve been called perfectionists, nerds, and pedants. We’ve been told we care too much, even by the people who pay us.
Maybe we do. But we also know it’s what makes us different. We wrestle over Oxford commas and spend hours poring over Google Analytics. And we’re OK with that because our work is better for it.
Don’t worry: We’re more down to earth than we seem on paper. We ride bikes to work. We love a team lunch out. We watch sappy Hallmark movies.
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Misty is the living embodiment of our “work hard, play harder” value. Her Disney themed tattoo sleeve and collection of Jordan 1’s make her arguably the coolest member of the team.
Will loves Broadway shows, lo mein, and his home gym. He lives on a hobby cat ranch with his English-major spouse.
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Tori is an avid learner, optimist, and sushi fanatic. She loves music, pop culture, and isn’t afraid to admit she’s a Chiefs bandwagon fan.
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Madison is a genuine bookworm, animal lover (seriously — she has two dogs AND two ferrets), and a candle maker. She also loves farmers markets, bike rides, and anyone with a dry sense of humor.
Karen knows her way around an en dash, a cookie press, and a cocktail shaker. And she (mostly) manages to take all the “Karen” memes with good grace.
Warren makes his movie-viewing decisions based on who wrote the screenplay and gets overly worked up when discussing the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His spare time is filled with his wife, teenage son, and two Goldendoodles.
Britten is a senior at the University of Missouri studying journalism with an emphasis on strategic communication. Apart from interning at Relevance, she loves to explore new cities, binge-watch movies, and online shop just a little too much.
To speak in terms of the TV sitcom Parks and Recreation, Natalie has an Andy Dwyer persona with a Leslie Knope soul. She spends the majority of her time doing yoga, trying to revive her plants, and you guessed it, watching Parks and Rec.
Perfect’s Place in Our Values
If there’s any place where perfectionism actually belongs, it’s in how we treat each other. Our strategic advisor, John Hall, never misses a chance to extol the value of helpfulness.
But just because we care about getting things just right doesn’t mean we’re boring. In fact, we think fun and get-it-right culture bring out the best in each other.
We celebrate and learn from our mistakes, even though we hate to make them. Friday afternoons at the office often include a movie or Skee Ball tournament. Our Slack is full of puns, pets, and plant care tips.
We’re scrappy, tight-knit, and constantly learning. And we wouldn’t have it any other way.