Co-founder & CEO
Even though his bug burgers weren’t exactly a hit for his Georgia Tech buddies, Sean knew insects held the key to a sustainable food future. Everything he knows about rearing Black Soldier Fly grubs he learned through doing. Now, he’s combining his skills in construction management with his technical know-how to lead the Grubbly team through a series of exponential growth spurts.
Champion amateur potter, movie buff and proud owner of a near photographic memory.
Co-founder & COO
The founder of two companies while he was still in college (and a savvy high school handyman), Patrick epitomizes the definition of entrepreneur. Naturally, he couldn’t help but be swept up in the commotion of Sean’s wild Grubbly Farms dream. With his background in business and supply chain logistics, Patrick takes care of marketing, development and sales, and he certainly isn’t afraid to get his hands a little dirty when need be.
Homebrewer extraordinaire, hotdog eating master (his record is ten in five minutes) and gaming whizz.
A fellow Georgia Tech graduate, Devan had been quietly keeping tabs on Sean and Patrick’s journey since the outset. In 2016 he decided to offer up his expertise in mechanical engineering and project management to help lead the Grubbly Farms team out of the laundry room, and bring their sustainable food vision to life. Now he’s the driving force behind design and manufacturing processes, which means he gets to build cool stuff.
Pioneering outdoor explorer, melodic trumpeter and TV Binge-Watcher in Chief.
With a deep passion for writing and bursting love for animals, Hailey came across Grubbly Farms in an “AHA” moment – and the brand story and future-shaping mission soon became the leading topic of her daily conversations. Now she’s one of us, and applying her skills to help position the brand and create that Grubbly Feeling.
Animal whisperer, Mother of Bearded Dragons, and possessor of catlike reflexes.
Kyle was naturally attracted to Grubbly Farms to help set up shop, thanks to his passion for building anything and everything (even weird bug-making machines). With a background in engineering, education, and various DIY escapades, he tackles the manufacturing and operations side of the Grubbly mission.
Collector of too many tools, piano dabbler, and woodworking novice.
Bella quickly adopted the Grubbly title “Intern Extraordinaire” with her can-do attitude, love for animals, and passion for ecology and communications (which she currently studies at the University of Georgia). Bella has proven to be a jack of all trades as she steps into the office each day, taking on any challenge that comes her way.
Master chicken tender, Harry Potter Wizard, and fluent in Doggo (just ask her 14-year old Pug).