Inspiring Compassion and Learning through Great Books and Stories

We’re on a mission to transform the way companies, individuals, and communities learn from books. Why? Because studies show that books fuel learning and growth six times more than any other medium.

But … that learning and growth doesn’t happen by osmosis (as much as we wish that were possible!). Book-led growth only happens when we engage with content in meaningful ways.

That’s where BookClub comes in.

We Built a Better BookClub

We created BookClub to help busy, diverse teams access powerful ideas in the best books. In other words, we built a better book club.
  • A book club with flexible content, a focus on big-picture insights and “ah hah” moments.
  • A book club that holds space for authentic conversations and deeper connections.
  • A book club with content tailored to your company and outcomes that move you closer to your goals.
  • A book club that won’t create extra work for managers and leaders (leave it to us!)
We firmly believe that a good book can change the world (and your team). We’re here to help you make it happen.

Meet our team

Ben Lowell
Head of Sales
Blair Roxbury
People Operations
Brandon Ward
Software Engineer
Britt Brewer
Content Director
Camille Robb
Vice President, Business Operations
Chris Cannon
Product Designer
Christine Murphy
Co-Founder, CCO
David Blake
Co-Founder, CEO
Jason Gill
Software Developer
Jesper van Haaren
Product Designer
Jonathan Woahn
Head of Marketing
Kyra Fillmore
Product Manager
Leslie Thorne
QA Lead
Lincy Ayala
Product Manager
Madison Soucie
Robby Barnett
Sr. Editor
San Huynh
Sara Niforatos
Executive Assistant
Shira Daniels
Director of Content Operations
Tobe Onuegbu
Software Developer

Join our team

At BookClub, we have a broad, diverse following and believe that it is integral to reflect that in our organization, so we are building a culture where differences are valued.  

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