Who We Are
One day you live in your parents’ house without a care in the world, and the next, you are out on your own trying to understand bills, relationships, and adulting. Like, what’s the DOW Jones? What’s healthy and cheap? How do I stop turning everything into a fight? If you don’t know where to start googling, look no further. Everyday Owl breaks it all down with daily bits of wisdom for less WTF and more LOL. It’s scary to leave the nest, but with The Everyday Owl, life can be a hoot.
Our nightly owls work tirelessly to strengthen and expand the outreach of Everyday Owl. Meet the faces behind our creative initiatives here!
Sarah is a Creative Content Director who is constantly obsessing over pixels, designs and scripts –or brainstorming plans to take over the world
Jose-Andres Alegria is a Content Writer who writes whatever the boss tells him to, but if you can’t find him, then it means that his face is buried in a book somewhere or that he is taking a nap. You should come back later when he’s not “busy.”
Devin is a social media specialist with Family Bridges based in the Portland area. Born and raised in Southern Washington with a degree in Communications and a minor in English from the University of Washington, she has a deep appreciation for nature and greenery. In fact, she can name just about every mountain in Washington and Oregon off the top of her head… If asked to go for a hike though she would probably rather curl up inside with a good book or terraform her Animal Crossing island.
When she isn’t writing, making music, or keeping her nose in a book, Bethany Verrett is the Development Associate. She’s an east coast girl living in a west coast state of mind as she tries to use her experiences to engage with real world solutions for today’s problems. She earned her Masters in English from Tiffin University, and has put it to work at a variety of institutions including non-profits, museums, and universities, and is excited about her work at Everyday Owl.
With a Bachelor’s degree in Software Development from DeVry University, Richard works hard to make Family Bridges look beautiful on the web. When working, Richard spends 10% of his time writing code and 90% understanding why it’s not working. He is a huge dad joke addict with a core belief that Tacos Are Life!
Robert Salazar is a filmmaker and writer based in Chicago. He likes the feeling that comes after an honest day’s work and has worked many honest days at places such as The Onion, Family Bridges, and various other creative agencies. He hates to feel shame, which happens whenever he misspells worbs.