David is the driving force behind all one:ten operations. While much of his time is spent on company sales and business development, he is also involved in guiding new projects through the initial stages and ensuring that everything is in order before launching the site. David helps everyone in the company accomplish their goals and get what they need to do their work.
David grew up in the Twin Cities area in Minnesota and moved to South Bend to attend the University of Notre Dame, where he got his B.A. in history. Most important to David is spending as much time as possible with his wife, Laura, and their two children, and living in Christian community with other members of the People of Praise.
Annie's coding savvy helps keep our websites in good working order. Whether it's making basic front-end changes to customer websites or building extensive report forms, Annie gets the job done right. Though a novice developer when she began at one:ten in 2008, Annie is a quick study and consistently keeps adding to her programming repertoire.
Originally from the Twin Cities in Minnesota, Annie received her degree from St. Mary’s College in South Bend, majoring in math. The only one:ten employee with dual citizenship (U.S. and Canada), Annie also lived in Grenada for a few years as a young child. Things she does when not at work include biking, being outside, unicycling, and gardening.
Jeremy is one:ten's mastermind architect. He conceives and designs the structure of all our products, which involves a lot of thinking, writing in notebooks and holding lots of information in his head. As lead developer, he helps make sure our websites do everything they're supposed to do. Programming with one:ten since its inception, he has a firm grasp of every programming language and development tool we've used.
Jeremy grew up in St. Paul, MN, and graduated in computer science and math from the University of Minnesota. He enjoys using the power of the Internet to connect people and information, in addition to birding, hunting, and running and, most especially, living in South Bend with his wife, Anne.
Customer Accounts Manager
Simply said, Laura works with people. She diligently tends to the needs of both our customers and the one:ten staff, fielding customer requests and coordinating projects with one:ten staff. After we launch a website, Laura helps plan and carry out any future upgrades to the site and troubleshoots problems that arise.
Originally from the best city in Minnesota, Laura came to South Bend and graduated in education and math from Saint Mary’s College. She's grown fond of South Bend, and especially enjoys living among other members of the People of Praise. In addition to being Lisa's sister, she is married to David, with whom she now has two beautiful children.
Visual communication in the form of creative beauty comes quite naturally to Margaret. She assists Jennifer in many aspects of our design projects, but also takes on independent projects like designing the layout for a customer email marketing campaign. In addition to her work with one:ten, Margaret is also involved in designing layouts for the People of Praise magazine, V&B.
Margaret is a South Bend native and graduated from the University of Chicago as a history major. Her love for historical analysis is almost on a par with her passion for art. She can often be found doodling up some great design ideas or wandering around with camera in hand.
chief of operations & director of marketing
The focus of Mary's attention is primarily on finding new groups of customers to serve and investigating more ways to serve our current clientele. She talks with people about their organizations' web needs, researches industry trends, and works with the one:ten staff to make sure our products and services are relevant and useful.
After growing up in the Twin Cities and Colorado Springs, CO, Mary spent several years studying architectural and urban history at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. She took some time off, and later completed her undergraduate degree at Indiana University South Bend. In-between, she managed a boutique luxury hotel in Minneapolis and spent two years as a missionary in southern Indiana.