When you love your work and the people you work with, Mondays aren’t Mondays. Work isn’t work.
We called ourselves Monday to commit to this mentality. To make every meeting, email, phone call and deliverable the best part of your week. To enjoy creating on Mondays the way we enjoy reading on Sundays and tacos on Tuesdays.
Our Guiding Principles
We look for what makes you, you. We approach every client differently.
We assume the best. Our outlook is progressively positive.
We’re consistent and dependable. We don’t leave you waiting or wondering.
We’re invested in your success. When you look good, we look good.
We bring gusto and drive to every interaction. Our energy energizes you.
We commit time to rest and restoration. We work best with a full charge.
We learn and we teach. Education is reciprocal—what’s ours is yours.
Amanda lives to find and tell stories. She’s done it at agencies, universities and global brands.
At Monday she’s on the frontline, hearing client stories and figuring out strategic ways to bring them to the best or biggest audience. Previously, she edited magazines in Canada and the UK, worked as a marketing officer, an SEO specialist and a communications manager at digital firms, and then went on to lead the content team at Kit and Ace. In 2016 she launched Coterie Co—a content marketing consultancy where she worked with clients like Native Shoes, Modo and the University of Toronto. Amanda has a Masters in Publishing from SFU and teaches digital storytelling in the Digital Media and Communications program at UBC. She has sat on the boards of the BCAMA and SAD Mag, and recently celebrated her sixth anniversary as a Big Sister.
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Lindsay thinks words are fun. She thinks they’re even more fun when she can use them to help other people share their story and reach their goals. Before co-founding Monday, she led copy and content teams at Kit and Ace and Saje Wellness—helping both brands build their copy and voice standards and guidelines. She earned her Masters in International and Intercultural Communication from Royal Roads University and has studied in Ottawa, Sydney, Hangzhou, Vancouver and Vancouver Island. She was awarded the CGS Master’s Scholarship from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada for her graduate research and in 2016 was awarded the Young Leader Award from the Women in Leadership Foundation. When she’s not coming up with ideas for other people, she writes children’s books, plays on mountains and explores islands.
Rachel likes learning new things. So much, in fact, that she spent nearly nine years in academia. She studied at UBC, earning a Masters in Art History, which means she’s read more Freudian Theory than anyone rightly should. She’s also written the LSAT once or twice—and nearly went to law school before deciding that writing was actually quite a viable career option. Before co-founding Monday, she worked as a product copywriter and content creator at Kit and Ace, and a senior copywriter at Aritzia. When she’s not hatching strategy, she sits on the board of directors at Access Gallery, performs improv comedy with Little Mountain and escapes to the outdoors.