“Don’t undertake a project unless it is manifestly important and nearly impossible.”
At OpenSpace, we are passionate (can you tell?) about reinventing how people work and collaborate.
An affordable, simple to use workspace, OpenSpace is geared to how we communicate and interact in today’s connected world. In an age when too many of us rely on noisy coffee shops, dreary home offices, and soulless rent-a-room centers to accommodate our work lives, OpenSpace provides a meaningful alternative.
Our founder, Jeff Gunther, is an entrepreneur with several technology-oriented start ups under his belt. His experience with costly, inflexible, traditional office space led him to conclude that there must be a better way. The result: OpenSpace.
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Meet Our Team
A Charlottesville native, Catherine is currently studying global development and public health at the University of Virginia. She joined the OpenSpace team in January 2011. Previously, Catherine lived in South Africa for three years after high school working at a youth program. An avid runner, she also maintains a large, thriving vegetable garden in her backyard, growing favorite items such as spinach, cherry tomatoes, and sweet potatoes.
Joseph was born and raised in Texas and graduated from Texas A&M in 2009 with a degree in political science. He and his wife Tahni, of Joyeuse Photography, moved to Charlottesville in 2010, and he has been working at OpenSpace since February 2011. Joseph is a huge fan of all Dallas sports teams and Mavericks’ forward Dirk Nowitzki in particular. In addition to working at OpenSpace, Joseph also plays guitar and serves as the Worship Leader at Charlottesville Community Church.
Jessica is currently a student at the University of Virginia, majoring in history and foreign affairs and minoring in Middle Eastern studies. Originally from Northern Virginia, she appreciates the relative lack of traffic and friendly atmosphere of Charlottesville. Outside of class, Jessica is the Chair of the University Board of Elections and has spent time working at both the International Center and the Women’s Center at UVa. Following graduation, she hopes to attend law school and continue with Persian language studies.