About Us


About Us


About Us

The Pursuit For Relentless.

Like the brain, StellaPop’s capabilities are divided into two halves: management and creative consulting. We specialize in functions within each while maintaining a deep understanding of how one affects the other. We know that within every company, the two sides must work together seamlessly to drive success.

We’re in the “creating solutions for your business” business. With tailor-made answers, we accelerate growth, expand markets, streamline operations, leverage technology, and activate brands. Our marketing expertise serves a diverse range of industries including public, private, manufacturing, retail, financial, science, medical, pharmaceutical, engineering, aerospace, real estate, education, and not-for-profit.


  • Feb 8, 2021


    Intandem Management is born as an outsourcing and print procurement management company.

  • Feb 8, 2021


    Intandem develops a software product for print production, procurement, and project management.

  • Feb 8, 2021


    Stella's Pop Factory is born. The design firm is built to meet the needs of the creative services for Intandem clients.

  • Feb 8, 2021


    Our website went live, we brewed our first craft soda pop for branding, and launched social media @StellaPop.

  • Feb 8, 2021


    We introduced our video service, partnered with DC Goodwill, Miss DC, and rapper Kokayi.

  • Feb 8, 2021


    Stella’s Pop Factory officially becomes StellaPop. The new brand and website are launched.

  • Feb 8, 2021


    Intandem Management’s core business and software are sold.

  • Feb 8, 2021


    Angie joins StellaPop as COO & partner to develop the management consulting division.

  • Feb 8, 2021


    StellaPop expands and moves to a new headquarters office amid a global pandemic.


The Dream Team.


Mike O’Grady


My wife thinks I'm in the can.

As StellaPop's principal mover and shaker, I get to make sh$t up for money, climb the zoo walls and poke the lions and tease out the inner drama queen even in the biggest man. Who could ask for more?

Yet, my life is an onion or a burrito. Not sure; it must be lunchtime. Please allow me to introduce my selves: Man-child, Dad-Husband, ArmyBrat, Online Gamer @UnC**lwhip, Design Goon & Muscle, Basketball Shrink, Coffee Addict, Branding for Better Fiber, and Open to Amazing.

Seriously, the StellaPopsicle's strength lies in our badass, stone-cold collaborative culture. We leap small buildings in a single bound to solve and manage our clients' biggest challenges because we can. Oh, I think I'm supposed to say because we're - better together.

Don't forget to tip your waiter; I'm here all week.


Angie O’Grady


As soon as my feet hit the floor in the morning, I'm running full speed, and that's the way I like it.

I spent 15 years as employee number one, the President and COO for Carr Workplaces, building it into a 30 location multi-million dollar business. Before Carr, I spent 14 years at HQ Global Workplaces, now known as Regus. I was coworking when coworking was executive suites, and now I'm leading the charge into 2021 as the industry innovates to a more flexible office concept.

In January 2015, I decided to join my husband, Mike, as a partner and thought leader on the business management consulting side. StellaPop's primary focus is assisting client CEO's in improving their people, operations, brand, and bottom line.

On the personal side, when I'm not moving and shaking at work, you can find me lacing up my sneakers and hitting the running path or spending time at our son's basketball events.


Brian Wilson

Creative Director, PARTNER

I’m a type-lovin’, tuba-playin’ protagonist of fundamental design principles. From the beginning of my career, where print media still ruled the content war to the digital user experience trends that change weekly, I’ve been in the thick of it all. And for the past 17 years, I’ve helped elevate corporate identities through the power of good design.

Before joining the powerhouse StellaPop team in 2015, I was Deputy Art Director for Hanley Wood Media and later shifted to creative agency life at Hirshorn Zuckerman Design Group. Today, I enjoy the best of both worlds designing for companies that are in their infancy to mega-million dollar businesses looking to refresh their established brands. Having this spectrum of work enables me to view each client and every branding project through different lenses, further evolving their business and my craft.


Kelly Fisne

Social media & marketing Director

Whether painting on my easel or shouting out funky ideas during StellaPop's weekly concepting meetings, I embrace being a creative weirdo. I initially studied at the University of Mary Washington to become an art teacher. But life took an unexpected turn when I developed a passion for the ever-changing world of social media. Managing trends, algorithms, updates, and features keep me on my toes, pushing me to anticipate how to best pivot strategy and messaging to advance our clients' digital presence.

If I'm not telling a brand's story on social media platforms, you can bet I'm consuming a thrilling true crime story, anxiously watching Caps games with my dog and fiancé, or indulging my sweet tooth in my free time.


Jessica Statler

Marketing Manager

I like challenges, different experiences, and learning new things. I graduated from Miami of Ohio with a degree in Marketing and Interactive Media Studies. Marketing is a field that is ever-evolving, so it’s a great fit for me. A career that requires me to continuously improve my skills, which also allows me to express both my creative and analytical sides.

When not working, I enjoy traveling to new places. I’ve been to more than 12 countries and one day I hope to visit all 50 states. I was also fortunate to study a semester abroad in Barcelona, Spain, and participate as an intern in the Disney College Program at Walt Disney World. At home, you’ll find me hiking, listening to music, or looking at Pinterest.


Austin Morales

Designer & Social Media Coordinator

One of my favorite professors in college always told me I "have a brain that never quits," and she wasn't wrong. Since I was a kid, I've always had a very creative and curious mind. One moment I would be drawing graffiti art on a sketchbook. Next, I would be watching either a true-crime documentary or a TED Talk about politics role in shaping culture and society.

After high school, I moved to Richmond to attend Virginia Commonwealth University, where I graduated with a double major in Mass Communications and Sociology. My experience in Richmond helped me pursue what I loved, solve problems and find creative and strategic solutions for people, brands, and businesses. I'm always looking for ways to see that missing piece of the puzzle and propel brands into the spotlight.

When I'm not helping businesses grow, I enjoy discovering new ways to develop my graphic design skills, playing video games with friends, and water my massive plant collection.


Catharine Wills

Associate Consultant

As any friend will tell you, I am a very curious individual. While some utilize their bachelor's degree to seek out a specific job, mine sought me out as I discovered my passion for learning and writing about intersections of culture, institutions, and religion. I earned my degree in Religious Studies and Sociology/Anthropology from the University of Redlands in Southern California. My passion taught me to be an incredibly focused, organized, and dedicated individual, giving 150% to anything I do.

Outside of work, I absolutely adore traveling, eating my way through new cities, trying out local craft breweries, and spending hours in museums. I also enjoy drawing and snuggling with my dog. Finally, I am THAT east coast chick who moved to California, solidifying my lifelong love for nature, taking camping trips to the desert, hiking in the mountains, and spending whole days at the beach.

Vanessa Thomas

Vanessa Thomas

Marketing & Social Media Coordinator

Food, dogs, reality tv, and all things marketing and social media. What is this, Heaven?

Growing up in Southern California and moving to the East Coast, I have learned a lot. It's freezing here. I graduated from James Madison University with a degree in Marketing and a concentration in Digital Marketing. I have a passion for seeing brands transform and utilizing different strategies to escalate their brand image. Marketing is a diverse field that allows you to keep learning and gain new skills every day.

When I am not being creative, you'll find me either lying on the beach, hanging out with my dog and sisters, or having my face glued to some reality TV and Food Network. I'm a big foodie, which sparked my love for cooking and baking. Not to brag, but I know how to make a mean Baked Ziti.


Alex Mansfield

Web Developer

I've enjoyed building things ever since I was a kid. When I wasn't busy playing ball, I was making stuff. In the summer, that meant forts and tunnels and in the winter, Lego cars and houses. I've always been a perfectionist about the things I create. I would tear a Lego creation apart and start over just to assure the lines between blocks were perfect.

I've carried that love of building and attention to detail into my career in creating tools and assets for the web. I've been developing solutions for digital problems since the dial-up days. In my off time, I stay active playing sports and traveling the world.

Jack O'Grady

Jack O'Grady

Sports Management Coordinator

For the past 13 years, I have focused on my education and basketball. I’m excited to start my next chapter as a student athlete at Elmira College in Elmira, NY. I will be studying business administration with a focus in sports management. That is why my goal is to help other athletes like me play college athletics. While basketball is my favorite sport, I enjoy all sports. I’ve been watching ESPN since I was 5 years old. I enjoy following what is happening in baseball, football, and other sports.

Also, I personally love shoes. Ever since my feet stopped growing, I’ve been creating quite the collection of kicks. One thing that I have learned in my journey is that having the tools and family support is an important part of achieving the dream of playing at the collegiate level. I was fortunate to have the NCSA tool to help me connect with college basketball coaches. And, I had parents who understood how to support me with the effort. I know that not all athletes have this advantage, so StellaPop is working to create a program to help high school athletes find a collegiate program that fits them the best.

Briana Freeman

Briana Freeman

Project Coordinator

My favorite word in the English language is Alchemy. Alchemy is the process of spontaneous creation- making something out of nothing. And I think that is my biggest strength. Throughout my life, with the help of my friends and family- (hi, mom)- I've been able to strive for my best self under the principle that everything is going to be okay and nothing can tear down your dreams. And that logic has carried me to where I am today.
I am currently wrapping up my last year at  Northern Virginia Community College to obtain my degree in Business Management. Before NVCC, I was a part of the Year Up, which is a 1-year development program. that's where I fully realized my talent and love for project management.  I love to lead project initiatives and create, share, and learn new ideas. My biggest goal currently is to obtain my Project Management Professional certification with PMI and continue on to my Bachelor's degree.
When I'm not working or studying, I enjoy spending time outdoors or with family, researching random topics that pique my interest, or doing "research" on TikTok. I've also had a love for entertainment my whole life- more specifically, music. I've been singing for as long as I can remember and love to create songs.


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