Meet the Moms of tradle!

Posted by Katy Whitt on

Happy Mother’s Day from the Moms of tradle!

Did you know that tradle is a family-centred business with some really great experts on our team who also share the bond of parenthood? Meet some of our amazing team members!

Meet Corina:

Corina Gill is the superstar behind our customer service team. When you sign up for a tradle subscription, Corina welcomes you to the family and makes sure you are taken care of right away!

Corina Gill is an educator, with 43 years of experience in the field, teaching and administrating Primary Private Schools in Canada, Argentina and Uruguay. She’s raised two amazing boys and started working with her son Blyth Gill, our CEO and Founder! Corina - we love you!

 

 

Meet Jahzel:

Jahzel Misner is the brains behind much of our awesome blog content, not to mention the ENTIRE website. A maven in her field, Jahzel found out she was pregnant the same week she joined the tradle team, and it was a race between launching tradle or her baby. The store launch won by a narrow margin, and Jahzel and baby Cora were happy to become one of the first tradle customers!

 

 

Meet Jodie:

The newest addition to the tradle team, Jodie Lightfoot is an educator, entrepreneur, and brand strategist with 10+ years of helping people, nonprofits, and organizations find their footing fast to run with their passions! She grew up unapologetically wild in rural Alberta and has lived in London (UK), Toronto, Tokyo, and Singapore before settling in Vancouver with her two children. We’re so excited to have Jodie on our team as our Director of Marketing! Go Jodie, go!

 

 

Katy is a woman of many hats in the tradle family, but her main roles range from copywriting, analyzing campaign data, taking photos for campaigns, and whipping up advertising collateral with her team-mate and sister, Hailey Whitt (tradle’s Creative Lead). Katy is looking forward to seeing tradle continue to grow while she grows her own little baby and becomes a new mama this summer!

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