About Us

The seeds of DivvyHQ started to grow in the trenches of digital marketing agencies. As the volume of customer content increased, Divvy’s founders realized quickly that spreadsheets and generic project management tools weren’t the answer. Daily pain sparked the development of a better tool, one that was specifically tailored for managing the unique processes of content strategy, editorial planning and creative production. DivvyHQ was born on September 7th, 2011. But in order for this tool to grow, we needed good people.

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The DivvyHQ team's modeling portfolio. Still a work in progress, but those donuts look great.

DivvyHQ Leadership

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Brock Stechman

Co-Founder

Walk-up Song:
“Step Out” by José González

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Brody Dorland

Co-Founder

Walk-up Song:
“Dangerous” by Big Data

Nick Mallare

Nick Mallare

Chief Technology Officer

Walk-up Song:
“Run-Around” by Blues Traveler

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Tony Stillwell

Vice President of Product

Walk-up Song:
“Roll out the Barrell” by Jaromír Vejvoda

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Scott Klaus

Enterprise Sales Director

Walk-up Song:
“Downtown” by Macklemore

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Donna Miller

Customer Success Manager

Walk-up Song:
“Dixie Chicken” by Little Feat

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Paul Wittcoff

Enterprise Sales Manager

Walk-up Song:
“Can’t Stop” by Red Hot Chili Peppers

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Mitch DeGraw

Customer Experience Specialist

Walk-up Song:
“Juicy” by The Notorious B.I.G.

Board of Directors

Beth Engel

Beth Engel

Partner, Dundee Venture Capital

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Brock Stechman

Co-Founder, DivvyHQ

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Brody Dorland

Co-Founder, DivvyHQ

Robert Rose

Robert Rose

Author, Speaker, Chief Strategy Advisor – Content Marketing Institute

Sammy Abdullah

Sammy Abdullah

Co-Manager, Blossom Street Ventures

Voted #1 Content Creation, Workflow & Experience Platform (again)

For the second year in a row, the content marketing community has spoken. Simple is better.