Meet Your Growth Team.
Trevor has led omni-channel growth for over 30 venture-backed startups. Prior to Divisional, he ran self-serve growth at Clearbit and was an early sales rep at Shopify Plus. He is an avid alpine skier and football fan #COYS.
Prior to working in operations, Julie has spearheaded content and social media marketing with companies like MarketerHire and venture studio Atomic VC. On top of a passion for marketing, Julie enjoys scuba diving, camping, and cooking.
Pranab enjoys growing companies in a variety of industries. He's especially versed in paid search, referral programs, and marketing operations. Outside of work he enjoys meditating and learning Chinese.
Brian is a growth manager with a passion for finding a balance between strategy, data insights and creativity to drive measurable business results. When he's not working, you'll find him cooking, break dancing, or learning videography.
Riley is a creative problem solver that takes a data-first approach for helping companies build demand, and grow their pipeline. When he's away from his keyboard, he enjoys sailing, and cycling around Toronto.
Jessica has a passion for diving into data and a knack for copywriting and storytelling. In her down time she enjoys researching housing markets, and envisioning remodels while dreaming of US purchase prices.
Vivian is an enthusiastic growth marketer looking to help clients grow their business. In her free time, you can often find her either baking, painting or binge watching the latest detective/crime drama series.
Jenevieve is a content marketer with 3+ years of experience in higher education, fintech, insurtech, and foodtech. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in French and Business from the University of Waterloo.
Bennet has held multiple senior management roles at B2B SaaS companies, focused on driving demand and creating pipeline. Former Sr. Digital Marketing Manager at Microdea and Director of Marketing at Turnstyle (acquired by Yelp in 2017).
Rafay is a creative that loves to solve design related issues, particularly with early stage start-ups.