A serial entrepreneur, professional speaker, and published author, Sam Davidson likes to turn ideas into reality (or inspire others to do the same). Having grown up in Nashville, he loves the character and vitality the city has to offer and loves exploring local restaurants and shops when he's on the road, looking to grow and expand Batch's mission and vision. He's also been known to hoard the black and tan brownies with snickerdoodle crust from purveyor Dozen Bakery.
With a background in design, operations, and dreaming big, Stephen Moseley enjoys finding the best way to get something done. Growing up and going to college in Nashville, he has seen the city change and grow to become the cultural center it has today. When not running trails at Warner Park or sipping coffee from his favorite local shops, he's making sure customer orders are getting out the door and to our customers to enjoy and share. He also has a soft spot for locally-made items that take a walk on the spicy side.
As a designer, branding consultant, and art director, Rob Williams knows the power of imagery and its ability to invoke feeling and connection. Proud to call Nashville home after a stint in New York, he has seen this town become a place where brands can thrive if they're willing to be creative and consistent, which he makes sure Batch does with every new product or service offered. And whenever we get samples of items that claim to have touches of bourbon, he's first in line to sample.
A boutique retail store like the Batch Nashville store in the Nashville Farmers' Market is a reflection of the brand and the store manager. Stacy Mosley welcomes each visitor to the store with a warm smile and wants to share the story of the handcrafted goods that line the store's shelves. A veteran of retail management and merchandising, Stacy's focus on the customer experience results in customers that return to chat, pick up their regular order, and even send Stacy a thank you letter for hosting them at the store.
Nancy VanReece has worked with companies of all sizes in Nashville and nationally, having spent the last three decades with her own Carpe Diem Management as a consultant, digital media trainer, and operations expert. Nancy joins Batch as its first Vice President of Business Development to continue Batch’s success providing locally-made gifts to many of the largest companies in Nashville, as well as national corporations that are choosing Nashville as their convention destinations.
In charge of getting stuff done, from inventory and customer service to training store and drinks with Stacy, Cynthia Tobin started with Batch in 2015 as a store associate and has grown into an important member of the company braintrust. When there are questions about what’s going on, Cynthia has the answer, usually in spreadsheet form.