Scrappy. It’s what this agency has always been. Oddly enough, we never used to refer to ourselves as such. It wasn’t until The Washington Post called us scrappy that we collectively had a real sense of self-awareness. The Post was spot on. We’re scrappy to the core.
Founded in 1964 (hence the name) by E. James White (hence the name again), WHITE64 has been in a constant state of evolution.
Sometimes it was a simple matter of adapting with the times. More often than not, however, our iterative forms of evolution came from an innate desire to embrace the new, to leap into uncharted territory and forge our own path.
Today, at WHITE64, we all believe something special is happening within our agency walls. After 50-plus years of scrappiness, we’re just now hitting our stride.
Culture. It’s not manufactured. It’s not fabricated. It has a heartbeat. It defines the soul of an organization. At WHITE64, our culture is vibrant and evolving. 10 values that inform our culture at WHITE64:
You can color outside the lines. Don’t lick envelopes, push them.
Use it to find unique solutions to challenging problems.
With a healthy dose of it, anything is possible.
Earn it. Show it. Carry yourself with it.
Believe in your work. Believe in each other.
A.K.A. scrappy. Bring it.
We don’t take ourselves too seriously—just the work.
Deeper understanding leads to stronger work and relationships.
Life doesn’t have dress rehearsals. Spend your time accordingly.
It comes first. And we take care of our own.
Nope. Not a typo. We’re all grownups here. If you’re sick or need a vacation, take it. If you bring you’re A-game day-in and day-out, you deserve time to recharge. No questions asked. So work your tail off, then get your freak on.
Early bird? Night owl? Whatever works best for you. We offer flex hours to support busy lives, big families, and your best brain time. We work eight-hour days (or more when needed), but we know that a little flexibility can make a big difference with your work-life balance.
The standard is to shut down for 10 holidays. We have 15. And we treat your birthday as a holiday, too. Your mom would agree.
Family is everything. And nothing beats becoming a new parent. That’s why new moms get three months of paid time off. And we don’t forget the dads, either. They get two weeks paid time off to bond with the new family … and go on midnight diaper runs (we know the drill).
Company loyalty is a rare thing these days. We want to recognize and celebrate those who give their all year after year. Every seven years of full-time employment earns a four-week paid sabbatical. This is your time to truly recharge, unearth your inner zen, rekindle a lost passion, and return with renewed purpose.
Balancing client deadlines and vacation plans leaves little time to balance your budget. Much less plan for retirement. We’ve got you covered with a 401(k) plan plus a company match.