James built the first version of TeamBuildr in 2011. Although he doesn’t want you to see that version, he should be proud of what it has become today because it started with him self-learning how to code.
Born and raised in Maryland, James enjoys eating crabs and watching football with his wife Becky and their 2 sons.
Hewitt is the Sales & Marketing founder of TeamBuildr. When not helping strength coaches, Hewitt can be found lifting, running, skiing and golfing. He is known for "hot takes" and being a mediocre eSports athlete. He loves his wife, Sarah, and his dog, Bella.
Luke heads sales at TeamBuildr and considers himself a simple man: He sells the best product in the strength and conditioning software market and he's committed to his men's league softball team.
You'll often find him in one of our office sheds showcasing TeamBuildr to strength coaches. He's known for bringing energy to the office, and stellar Smash play with the Ice Climbers. Outside of work, he's probably watching one of the local DC teams and he's recently engaged to his fiance, Jess. Congrats!
Colin is our latest team member doing our back-end engineering (nerd alert!).
When not slinging code in the office, Colin is teaching Vinyasa flow yoga, keeping a low profile from social media and camping/hiking. But in addition to the outdoors, Colin also enjoys gaming indoors and is an above-average Esports athlete.
Elvis Guillen joins TeamBuildr as a front-end developer but is an all around creative.With more than 8 years experience working with creatives, Elvis has a solid understanding of what it takes to handcraft interactive user experiences.When he's not coding, Elvis is honing his skills as anelectronic musicianandfilm composer.
Crystal is a Product and Marketing Designer at TeamBuildr. After hours, she doodles and plays video and board games. She enjoys biking, rock climbing, snowboarding and eating dessert.A DC-native, Crystal resides in LA full-time where she is also Director of Art for the Golden State Warriors eSports team.
Jordan handles digital marketing at TeamBuildr and is based in Denver which means that when she's not working she's doing all the mountain things: skiing, fishing, climbing, having a cold IPA and going on hikes with her dog, Pepper.
With over 10 years experience in digital marketing, Jordan has worked for tiny startups as well as well large corporations. Say what's up next time your in her area and maybe you will catch Jordan at her local gym - Mountain Strong!
Ali is our Global Customer Success manager based in North America. In other words, she's here to help!
A former collegiate lacrosse player, Coach Shoo is also a local strength and CrossFit coach here in DC. When she is not running the office guys through circuits, she can found training (duh!), going to the beach and cheering for the New York Football Giants.
Brandon is the in-house performance specialist for TeamBuildr. His personal training philosophy can be summed up as a holistic approach to preparing athletes by using various training disciplines to produce a functionally strong and mobile athlete that will be prepared for all aspects of competition.
Coach Howard is currently the Asst. Director of Performance for Texas Tech Football. When not coaching, he enjoys traveling and spending his wife Lauren and son Brody.
Brandon played Football at East Carolina University, is a national level Olympic weightlifter and is a huge movie buff.
Use any of buttons below to get in touch with Coach Howard, he is more than willing to help anyone and everyone with any questions about performance (or movies).
Bella is an Aussie-Doodle and her main jobs are to be a very good girl and to make the office happy. Her hobbies include cuddling with her toys, barking at the Amazon delivery guy, taking long runs with Hewitt and suffering from a mild case of separation anxiety.
Bella knows 6 tricks and invites all coaches to the office to see her perform them in exchange for deli meats.
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