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Who We Are

“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.”
–Phil Jackson

Making a Difference in The Industry

At APPLY we truly believe this, which is one of the reasons “why we work.”
WHY we also work is to make a difference in the industry.

But, most importantly, WHY we work is because of the members of this team.

Meet the Team

Angie Fenton

Angie Fenton

Director of Finance


“The only thing you’re entitled to is Hope.” “Don’t write lists. Do lists. Then write about them.” “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful and committed citizens, or even ONE person, can change the world. Why? Because it is the only thing that ever has.”

When not crunching numbers, Angie is a collector of words.

Angie is currently redefining her life and leaving her comfort zone (literally). She is moving to Hawaii. To a tiny house. 100 feet from the beach. {Insert jealous thoughts here}

Bob Mosher

Bob Mosher

Chief Learning Evangelist and CEO


Bob, a frustrated stand-up comedian in his past life, recommends we carry an egg in our mouth, and that’s not just a bad joke. It’s a reminder to think before you speak.

“Enjoy the day that is right in front of you; stop worrying about tomorrow” is what today’s Bob would tell young Bob.

Bob’s second, and way cooler job, is being the best possible grandpa he can be.

Conrad Gottfredson

Conrad Gottfredson

Founding Partner

The best piece of advice ever bestowed on Con was, “Look forward always thinking of the good and the beautiful.”

However, the advice he would give to his younger self would be: Listen more, talk less.

Currently, when not teaching and inspiring others, Con is busy writing a 5 Moments of Need book. Stay tuned!

Chris Mosher

Chris Mosher

Program Administrator

“Go with your gut!” One of the best pieces of advice ever shared with Chris.

And, if she could go back in time and talk to young Chris she’d tell her to slow down and not be in such a hurry to get to the next thing.
    Hope: Chris’ favorite word in the English language.

Jenna Smith

Jenna Smith

Marketing & Communications


Jenna believes in her past life she must have been a mouse, millet, or mealworm. As this is the only practical explanation for her current fear of birds.

“Trust the journey” is the one piece of advice Jenna can truly remember (without Googling) and is the easiest for her to follow (just do you)—therefore her favorite.

If Jenna were a pasta shape, she’d be a farfalle—as she constantly needs all loose ends to be tied into a perfect little bow.

Sue Reber

Sue Reber

Director of Practice


Sue’s motto: Ask questions, listen more than you talk, don’t be afraid to fail, learn from your failures, and adjust your path moving forward.

Isn’t that just “ducky!” (Sue’s favorite word)

Sue believes she was a cat (the domestic kind) in her former life.

Gaye Maust

Gaye Maust

Director of Customer Success
(aka layer of the red carpet)

Gaye believes in taking risks.

Looking back, she wishes her younger self would have done just that—taken more risks.

Gaye’s personality can pretty much be summed up with two of her likes: funghetto and the song Shiny Happy People.

Beth Daniel

Beth Daniel

Senior Consultant & facilitator of The 5 Moments of Need™ Designer Certificate

In Beth’s former life, she was a ballroom dancer.

Which is why her wake-up song is ABBA’s “Dancing Queen.”

Her two cents to the world: Be kind to all and consider others before yourself.

Casey Chamberlain

Casey Chamberlain

Solution Designer/Developer


“It’ll make sense later.” Casey’s advice to her younger self.

Ohmmmm. Currently, Casey is working to establish a consistent meditation routine.

And somewhere in her past life, she was sharing a cozy nook with Sue, as Casey too feels she was once a house cat.

Carol Stroud

Carol Stroud

Senior Consultant & facilitator of The 5 Moments of Need™ Designer Certificate


If you’re lucky enough to have Carol visit your company, cue the Guns N' Roses. She’d like to enter a room grooving to “Sweet Child of Mine.”

Carol needed Miley Cyrus in her younger days to let her know, “Everything is about timing—everything always works out when it should.”

Currently, her biggest adventure (outside of work) is raising service dogs for the British Columbia and Alberta Guide Dog Association.

Tammy Knoll-Anderson

Tammy Knoll-Anderson

Solution Designer/Developer


“Eat the ugliest frog of the day first thing in the morning.” This is the best piece of advice Tammy has been given to avoid procrastination.

To her younger self, Tammy would say: Believe in yourself. Stay focused. But also cut yourself a bit more slack.

When Tammy walks in a room, there’ll be no frowns as her walk-up song is Bobby’s earworm “Don’t Worry Be Happy.”

Craig Battrick

Craig Battrick

Editorial Assistant


“Look it up!” Craig’s mom’s piece of advice that allowed him to fall in love with learning new things.

Thanks to this advice and his eagerness to read the dictionary, Craig’s vocabulary is 30,000+ words strong.

“Warm, tender, and golden brown on top” both describe Craig and a freshly baked loaf of bread.

Matt Brooks

Matt Brooks

Solution Designer/Developer


Matt is a big believer in saying what you think and doing what you want.

So, it may not be shocking to know that one of the most popular songs on repeat in Matt’s head is, “Bigmouth Strikes Again” by The Smiths.

The best piece of advice Matt was ever given brought him from England to America with one suitcase in tow. “Take a wild chance now and again!”

“We Rise By Lifting Others.”
–Robert Ingersol