Co-founder and CEO
Think Brownstone is located in two offices: a loft-style space in Conshohocken and a 1920s-era studio next to City Hall. “The open, spacious, light-filled studios with big windows and cozy couches look and feel much more like someone’s house than office,” says Carl White. “This helps employees as well as clients feel relaxed, inspired and at their most creative.” Each year, employees at Think Brownstone have two mandatory service days they use to work with organizations and causes that are important to them. “Many team members choose to volunteer at nonprofits, churches, food banks and other charitable organizations, and some choose to offer their design or development talents to organizations that need these types of services,” says Carl White.
“We take our core values seriously, we surround ourselves with smart, egoless people, and we always remember the ideas and principles that got us here.”