At SparkPost about 25% of our employees are remote, and those who do work out of our San Francisco, Columbia, Denver, and Omaha offices are able to work from home every Friday. However, during these unprecedented times, all of our employees are working remotely which has been a very new and interesting experience for our company. Take a look at the work stations our amazing team members have put together to continue to work and serve our customers during this critical moment:

Scott Habicht, Sr. Director, Customer Support

“Prior to working at SparkPost, Message Systems, and Port25, I worked for a company called Skillsoft for 7 years out of the home. It’s crazy to think that I originally set up my home office over 20 years ago. It has served me well, and is an excellent sanctuary in times like today.”

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Jess Hill, Jr. Technical Account Manager

“My WFH set up comes equipped with its own personal assistant.”

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Tracy Sestili, Head of Marketing

My wfh setup”

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Issac Kim, Group Product Manager

“Work setup with the podcasting setup as well”

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Kerry Tiffin, Senior Accountant

“New setup in spare bedroom, husband has the office as he is taking classes (now all remote) at National Defense University.”

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Norm DeValliere, Sr. Technical Account Manager

“Not a beautiful picture, but this is my impromptu standing desk.”

Chris Adams, VP, Product Management

“When you have 7 kids and a dog all at home and the co-working space and coffee shops are closed, the truck becomes your office…. #remotelife”

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Michael Bartman, Senior Software Engineer, Platform

“I worked at home for 15 years, so I probably have a better setup for it than most.”

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Sarah Parrino, Customer Success Manager
“This is our dining room table that we never use. It’s an antique I inherited from my grandparents when we bought the house. After one day of working uncomfortably in the dining room chair, I convinced my boyfriend to go buy the new gaming chair he’s been wanting ;)”
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Hailey Wade, Technical Account Manager
“My home office which doubles as a craft room when I’m not working.”
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Elise Andersen, Marketing Manager
“Remote working from the same dining table. #1bed1bath”
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Angela Lawrence, Graphic Designer
“Fortunately I have a big desk for my artwork so work from home has been a breeze and my coworker is pretty agreeable as long as he gets his tuna.”

Jason Soni, VP, General Counsel & Data Protection Officer

“Man cave office”

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Richie Seabrease, Software Engineer
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Michelle Cunningham, Benefits & Culture Manager
“My WFH  space with Ranger.”
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Ryan Zadera, Data Engineer
“My WFH setup / music land in a Baltimore City row home. Sometimes our cat shows up too
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Andrew Smith, Lead Software Engineer

“Birds eye view of the kids making sure they are doing their homework”

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Drew Keatts, Junior Systems Administrator
“My WFH set up. Don’t worry, this was after hours (hence YouTube and Facebook)”
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Lewis Sparlin. Sr. Software Engineer
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Tarryn Schantell, Sr. Frontend Engineer
“My command center”
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Pat Stephens, Account Director
“Haven’t setup sweet desk space yet, so working while the Mrs. and oldest two take a virtual zoo tour!”
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Damien Caponi, Account Executive
“Reporting from SF Lockdown. Not so bad.”
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Bridey Medeiros, Lead Customer Success Manager
“My station at the moment”
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Christopher Iwaskiw, Software Engineer

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Tom Mairs, Director of Customer Success
“A view of the command center before I go for lunch. For a change, Mac is NOT sleeping beside my keyboard :)”
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Kara Welch, Customer Success Manager
“My office desk keeps moving. Right now it’s in this glider with a hamper as my desk. Splitting work time and daycare time with my hubby alternating each hour. #bettertogether”
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~ Erica