Meet The Team
Full-stack development with design and engineering. The Revelry team has unique team capabilities with a common process and focus on product development.
Meet the Revelry Team of designers, engineers, and creators, and our specialized skillsets and personal interests.
Where are you from? I was born and raised in New Orleans. Well, technically Old Metairie so right outside of New Orleans, but yeah,…
Note: The Original interview was conducted by Georgia An entrepreneur for more than half his life, Brent McCrossen is a pro at building businesses,…
I came to Revelry after a 10+ year career in the hospitality industry. I had arrived at a point professionally where I was ready to “get uncomfortable”, learn, and go in another direction. When the opportunity came up to officially join Revelry, all signs pointed to yes. So I jumped in.
A doctor-turned-software engineer, Bob Weilbacher joined Revelry just a few months ago after a 20-year-long career in medicine.
Meet Jeff Ramos: Youth Soccer Coach, Talent Recruiter, Mardi Gras Parader, and the CEO’s Little Brother
Jeff grew up in New Orleans, attended Auburn Montgomery University to play soccer, then moved in with Gerard in Lake Tahoe to help him…
Like many Revelers, Stuart was drawn to Revelry for the work-life alliance flexibility but stayed for the quality code. He currently travels full-time, taking…
Brian Berlin is a software engineer at Revelry with a knack for problem solving. He is a fantastic sleuth-er, and always dives in fearlessly.
I met Steve at Front End Party, a local meetup for Front-end developers and designers, when I was scouting around for a new Design hire. Immediately, Steve impressed me with his understanding of UX and how it impacts design. And when I realized that his UX and Design savvy was backed up by solid Front-end chops, I got super excited!
Jason says, “Revelry has always been on my radar as a company that works for the community and hires amazing people.”
There are clutch hitters in baseball. There are clutch players in business. When you can add clutch players to your team, and the timing is right, you do whatever you can to get them. Even better when they are a player-coach.