Faces of EnChroma

by Kevin Mulligan October 10, 2018

Faces of EnChroma

At EnChroma, we strive to make the world a more colorful place. Our goal is to bring you the highest quality glasses made with the utmost care by people who are passionate about what they do. We rely on our incredible team of inspirational and colorful “EnChromians” to bring you a vibrant experience with every single of pair of glasses.

At EnChroma, we strive to make the world a more colorful place. Our goal is to bring you the highest quality glasses made with the utmost care by people who are passionate about what they do. We rely on our incredible team of inspirational and colorful “EnChromians” to bring you a vibrant experience with every single of pair of glasses.

Meet some of the terrific people behind EnChroma:

Favorite Frame: Atlas

EnChroma is a unique place to work because we are constantly striving to see the world from different perspectives, literally. It is enormous fun to explore this new frontier at the intersection of human perception and technology!

Andrew, CEO & Founder

Favorite Frame: Derby

When I started at EnChroma and began wearing our glasses, I realized how much happier I felt, it changed my whole perspective. I’ve had that same pair of EnChroma glasses for three years now. As an added bonus, wearing our glasses somehow made my colorful salads taste better!

Gordon, Manufacturing

Favorite Frame: Russell

I love working for this company because we are actually helping people and I feel good about the work that I do. We’re always working to improve and innovate our products to address the people who need them most.

Patricia, Marketing

Favorite Frame: Ellis

At EnChroma, I fulfilled a lifelong dream of working with a company that strives to make a positive impact in the world. It's a pleasure to come to work every day when you know that what you do will contribute to delivering a quality product that brings joy and awe to so many.

Anita, Manufacturing

Favorite Frame: Derby

As a person with color vision deficiency, it has become quite meaningful to me to work for a company that improves people's lives in a way that I can relate to on a personal level.

Scott, B2B

Favorite Frame: Kelsey

I spent my childhood helping my father, a color blind scientist, to avoid unfortunate tie & sock color combinations. Helping people find a more colorful world was already so near and dear to me, working at EnChroma was a natural fit!

Belle, Customer Support

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Kevin Mulligan
Kevin Mulligan

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EnChroma Social Media Specialist, musician, runner, buddy. Favorite EnChroma frame: Derby



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