Our founders.

Taamy Amaize & Anjelica Triola

Taamy and Anjelica met eight years ago in NYC while sharing a cubicle at the global branding firm Interbrand.

Taamy made the move to SF to tackle brand and business problems for large brands and startups alike, while Anjelica stayed in Brooklyn to design consumer experiences and eventually lead a SaaS company within Huge and IPG’s tech incubator.

After each taking a travel sabbatical in 2014, the two reconnected, eager and inspired to redefine the way the agency world works.

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We’re convinced there’s a better way to do what we do. 

Traditional agencies have a lot of overhead, wasting money on spaces and services that are now cheap or free to entrepreneurs. Plus, we know the best talent is hard to pin down. 

Our consultants don’t sit behind desks all day. They’re out and about — traveling, finding inspiration, making new connections, launching their own businesses, and learning from within extremely diverse communities of entrepreneurs.

Skill Committee is a new system that’s more equitable for both our biggest clients and an increasingly-nomadic class of the world's best thinkers and creators.”


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