As we settle down to enjoy time spent with family, friends and delicious meals, we thought there was no better time to reflect on the things that make us grateful to be Braftonians.
Here are just some of the many sentiments from team members across Brafton’s Boston, Chicago and San Francisco offices:
Kendra Bissonnette: As part of the fundraising team, I am thankful for the people who baked yummy goodies and helped us raise so much money for the typhoon victims!
Matt Kaplan: First and foremost, I’m thankful for all of the hard work and effort that everyone on the Chicago Tech team has contributed this past year. The writers and editors have done so much for our clients, and every day they and their hard work makes my job much easier. Also, I’m thankful for free fruit and for Saigon Sisters making geographically convenient sandwiches.
James McClister: Living in the city can make you feel small, helpless even. So on days when I come into the office feeling a little off or down or angry or vengeful, I’m thankful that when I sit down, the first thing I see is a small, unused basketball hoop haphazardly taped about seven feet up on the front wall. I look at it and I’m reminded, ‘James, you’re a slam dunk.’
Matt Zola: I’m thankful that the fantasy football squad I co-own with Finance Editor Pat Hammond is sitting comfortably two spots ahead of & Law Editor Dan Maloof’s team in the Brafton fantasy football league standings.
James Conroy: I’m thankful for all of the people who have helped grow the Chicago office to what it is today and will help us continue to build over the next few years.
Lauren Kaye: This year, I’m especially thankful I’ve had the opportunity to meet and work with so many great people across the Brafton teams. I’m also glad I finally have a cubicle wall to decorate with funny pictures and that people are getting on board with Prince Day 🙂
Danielle Geoffery: I am SO thankful to my team! I am also thankful for the Boston office loft and everyone who spent time setting it up!
Tim Griffin: I’m thankful for coworkers who have learned to ignore my sarcasm with only minor groans.
Max Adagio: I am thankful to have coworkers who like to share things they find interesting!
Allegra Gallien: I’m thankful for my trealth (travel and health) here at Brafton. Everyone is so much fun to work with and really supportive of one another. We have a good time together both in and out of the office, and they make it fun to come to work each day.
Tiffany Schreiber: I am thankful for the great friends I have made at Brafton, Keurig Dark Chocolate Hot Cocoa and Friday after-work karaoke at the Hong Kong Café.
Keyan Kehani: 1. Content Marketing Strategist Jerry Cao’s gorgeous hair, 2. West Coast Director of Content Marketing Kathleen Atkins’ chex mix — Kathleen, if you’re reading this, I want some more. I’m hungry.