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Welcome to WorkAbility

Welcome to WorkAbility! We’re a community-focused, collaborative workspace that aims to foster meaningful connections and industry support for our members. We partner with visionary support networks, both Denver-based and international, providing our members with unrivaled access to a diverse range of business minds.

We’re the proud home and/or partners of esteemed entrepreneurial organizations such as the Denver Founders Network, Startup Grind Denver, Women Who Startup, Founders Live, Founder Craft, 21st Century Cannabis, CMX, Code for Denver, and SecondAct Women. We host a wide range of events curated by these groups to nurture and support the Denver startup community, all of which are free for our members to attend! 

At WorkAbility, the difference is not just preaching about a “work-life balance”, but providing you with one.

Meet the WorkAbility Team

From Britain to Bangalore, and everyplace in-between we’re the faces (and magic) behind the scenes.

Caroline Lofts

Caroline Lofts

Chief Operating Officer, WorkAbility

The year was….not important. An angst-filled, confused, and starry-eyed 16 year old English lass had just been fired from her first job, on Christmas Eve no less. Having dropped out of high school the year before, she was left feeling broken and alone. But alas, the night is darkest before the dawn! Instead of throwing the towel in, she started her first business that same year. Never looking back, she would go on to do a many great things. Like have dinner with Bruce Springsteen, share a joint with Sinead O’Connor, and open for Amy Winehouse.

All notable achievements, but mere child’s play compared to handpicking & leading the greatest coworking team the world has ever known. Some call her the CEO & Co-Founder. Others call her Caro. One calls her Mummy. But one thing’s for sure, Caroline gets sh*t done and she swears like a sailor. Two things, I guess.

Phil (Last Name Redacted)

Phil (Last Name Redacted)

Social Media and Communications, WorkAbility

Still waters run deep. Don’t let his quiet demeanor and calm exterior fool you. You may well only see him tapping away at his computer when at WorkAbility Towers, but outside work hours, you could just as easily see him leaping out of a plane. Social media guru and secret satire genius, Phil heads up all things communication and events related.

You wanna throw a party? Phil will throw you a party. You wanna level up on your socials – Phil’s your guy. Want to bungee off Bloukrans Bridge? I mean, you’d be crazy, but so’s Phil. 

Sweetie

Sweetie

WorkAbility Mascot, WorkAbility

Does not respond to Piglet.

Ani Harish

Ani Harish

Community Manager, WorkAbility

The title of Community Manager doesn’t begin to do justice to the Coworking Renaissance Man that is Ani Harish. A champion ping-pong player hailing from Bangalore, India, Ani moved to Denver in 2018 and WorkAbility & coworking were never the same. As the Community Manager, Ani is Mr. Approachable.

This lends itself to members confiding in him more than their own therapists, spilling their hearts out and divulging their deepest, darkest secrets. In the rare instance he isn’t working, Ani enjoys spending time with his wife and their dog Chilo, watching sports when there isn’t a global pandemic, and eating submarine sandwiches. As if all that wasn’t enough, he also just so happens to have the best hair and mustache in coworking.

David Schacter

David Schacter

Facilities Manager, WorkAbility

David is our Facilities Manager, is a proud Denver native and a survivor of the Great San Francisco Earthquake of ’89.

A practicing lawyer, he got his start in Silicon Valley at the beginning of the tech boom, spending the early part of his career representing startups & defending intellectual property. At WorkAbility, David joyously conquers all the “Charlie Work” and undesirable tasks that all the snowflakes are afraid of. Outside of work, David enjoys spending time with his family, inventing and fixing things, writing music, meditating, and enjoying all things nature.

Logan DeVries

Logan DeVries

Executive Assistant, WorkAbility

Sugar and spice and all things nice, that’s what Logan is made of. This guy doesn’t mess around. If there’s something that needs doing at WorkAbility consider it done be it hauling a desk across the space or re-writing policy. As an executive assistant to the CEO, he makes small work out of big tasks and always has a smile on his face. We thought we were going to lose him to the law a while back (a degree not a jail cell), but luck is in our favor and we have him for just a little bit longer.

Felicia Seeley

Felicia Seeley

Head of Reception, WorkAbility

Our Head of Reception, Felicia Seeley, voted WorkAbility’s nicest employee, hails from Southern California, though she tries to be hush hush about it. With a strong a background in hospitality and administration, Felicia runs a tight ship and keeps our Front of House running smoothly. When Felicia isn’t at work, she can be found playing video games, online shopping, and hanging out with her dog Scamp. She loves Italian food and classic rock and is a “good cook”, she believes.

Samantha "Sam" Stakel

Samantha "Sam" Stakel

Workplace Resource Manager, WorkAbility

WorkAbility’s Workplace Resource Manager, Samantha “Sam” Stakel, is a force of nature and a self-proclaimed jack of all trades. Before bringing her operational talents to WorkAbility in 2019, she gained enterprise-level workplace management experience by autonomously managing the downtown Denver office for Slack Technologies, Inc. Currently, she manages the WorkAbility building and all the contracts with WorkAbility’s third party vendors. When Sam isn’t at work, she can be found watching live psychedelic rock music, going for long walks, biking, snowboarding, plotting creative revenue streams, and scooping as much pico de gallo on to one single tortilla chip as possible. Her favorite place on earth is the Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado.

Scamp

Scamp

Chief Chewer, WorkAbility

I love the community at WorkAbility because it is diverse and unpretentious. A wide spectrum of age and professional backgrounds provides opportunities for expansive conversations when we need a break from our computers. Also, being able to bring our dogs to work is wonderful because it gives the space a warm energy and brings us together because we all want to meet the other pooches!

Nikki

Life Coach

We love the community here. It’s what makes WorkAbility what it is. Without it, it’s just another coworking space like all the rest.

Barbara Brookes

Second Act Women

The WorkAbility Difference

Sure, we’re dog-friendly and we offer a free shuttle service, free yoga & meditation, free events & workshops, waffle & smoothie stations and much more, but our real strength is in our community and our team.

If you’re looking for more than just a place to plug in your laptop and print something, look no further than WorkAbility – we do coworking right.

Think you have the bollocks to be on the WorkAbility team?

Email your resume to info@workability.works