We are a distributed team with team members in San Francisco, Denver, Austin, and Raleigh. Our headquarters are in Philadelphia. Regardless of where you’re based, we place enormous value on autonomy and flexibility–from an unlimited vacation policy, to a work environment that defaults to trusting your decisions and expertise.
Nick has the proud distinction of being the first dbt Core user outside of Fishtown Analytics. He spent the past four years as an amateur dbt fanboy, before joining full-time as the Director of Growth (professional dbt fanboy). Nick lives in San Francisco and is the proud father of two wonderful kittens.
Andrew is obsessed with building data platforms. He aims to bring the magic of data analytics to companies around the world, but sometimes he just likes staring at code and numbers on a screen. During his downtime, you’d likely catch him binge watching tech videos on YouTube, playing boardgames with friends, or munching on snacks.
Alexandra excels at listening to customers needs, articulating product benefits, and creating solutions that provide value to dbt users. She’s excited to help companies transform the way they manage their data. In her free time, you’ll find her in a cycling class or exploring the North Carolina coast.
Erica considers herself a professional 'fixer' or a 'Jane of all trades'. She has a background in the data analytics world, and has been an executive assistant for 10 years and loves it. When she is not working, she teaches fitness and enjoys cooking and gardening.
Ashley has a varied background, originally studying history then working on the non-technical side of a large start-up. She has spent the last four plus years developing web applications for a global non-profit. When not coding, Ashley can be found cooking delicious food for her toddler to feed to her dog.
Christine's been exploring the data landscape in Healthcare IT, where she discovered her passion to improve dissonant data processes while organizing collaboration and productivity for her team. If she's not learning something new, she's probably tinkering with a project or curled up somewhere warm.
Joe is a tool and die maker for the web, building tools to help people. In previous lives that meant tools for web content management, configuring advertising campaigns, and design systems to make other developers live's easier. When not working on code, Joe spends time with his family, tends to the garden, and makes homemade hot sauce and pizza.
Fatima carries years of event design, community management and experiential marketing experience in the tech and nonprofit spaces. She is passionate about testing innovative engagement strategies and transforming connections into partnerships. When she isn’t producing events, you can find her doing yoga or planning photoshoots with creatives in Philly.
Kyle taught high school math for several years and was always the tech guy at school. In creating school reports, he discovered the super powers of dbt for automating reporting with constantly changing source data. He is excited to support the dbt community by building out analytics engineering training and education programs.
We’ve made improvements to our benefits package every year we’ve been in business, and we will continue to do so. Not seeing something that’s important to you? Let us know.
We happily provide one month parental leave for both adoptive and natural parents. Parents have the option to add an additional two months unpaid leave.
We contribute 3% of every employee’s salary to a 401k plan, whether you choose to participate or not.
Fishtown Analytics provides medical, dental and vision benefits to employees and their dependents. Health benefits are paid in part by the company.
We’re a distributed team and place a premium on trust. Take an afternoon or day off to rest and catch up. Check out early to pick your kids up from school. Work from home. Communicate. Get your work done. Live your life.
For folks in the office, we provide catered lunch every Thursday. Always a great time to catch up with co-workers without needing to eat into your evening hours.
Take a spontaneous trip or plan your dream staycation. Schedule a long weekend when your friends are in town or extend travel plans over the holidays. Unlimited vacation means that you can stop budgeting your PTO.