We're here to play.

Being playful isn’t just our day job. It’s who we are.

Play like it matters.

Here at ZogCulture, we’ve built a playful culture that encourages our team to share ideas, care about each other, and actually enjoy what we do.

And we don’t just believe this. We live it.

Meet the ZogCulture team.

Samantha Roblin

General Manager

As the GM of ZogCulture, Samantha combines her business consulting experience with her love of building deeper connections in the workplace.

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Gabi Miller

Events & Operations Manager

From planning through execution, Gabi manages every last detail of ZogCulture’s events to ensure they’re a smashing success.

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Bryan Mattioli

National Sales Manager

With his experience in health & wellness, Bryan knows how to help customers find the most fun culture events possible.

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Natalie Simmons

Business Development Associate

Robert Herzog

CEO & Founder

After a decade in consulting, Rob founded ZogCulture and ZogSports, where we build real personal connections, caring communities, and a sense of play.

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Mike Mortellaro

Chief Operating Officer

As COO, Mike wakes up every day with a passion for bringing more caring into workplaces around the country.

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Kelaine Conochan

National Marketing Director

Kelaine leads the marketing team for ZogCulture, where every day she tries to reach the office heroes ready to work hard, play hard.

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Jon Yousefzadeh

People Operations Manager

As the People Operations Manager for ZogCulture and ZogSports, Jon leads the hiring, retention and development of happy teams across the country.

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West Coast Event Coordinator

Now Hiring

We're hiring an Event Coordinator to our west coast offices to assist with planning and executing great events and building relationships with our clients.

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Never stop playing.

They all laughed. They said we were crazy. They said it wasn’t possible. And that’s when we knew we were on to something BIG.

To play is to be human. So we built a business around it. What started in 2002 with a single football tournament in New York City has grown into ZogSports, the largest social sport leagues in the country. And with ZogCulture, we have already cornered the market on using play to create more productive, positive workplaces.

Together as ZogLife, our mission is to bring people together to create real personal connections, caring communities, and a sense of play.

Why we started ZogLife.

After his close call on September 11, 2001, Robert Herzog was inspired to create an organization that brought people together to have fun, give back, and create a community.

Every single year, ZogLife brings together over 150,000 players, friends, coworkers, and teammates. And we know it takes a village, so we’ve also donated over $3.4 million to charity, to help them do the hard work of building stronger communities.

Our awesome clients.

We don’t work with just anyone. We partner with companies that truly care about improving work culture for their employees.

Now hiring all-stars.

Great news. We’re looking for more dynamos to join the team.

Full-time job opportunities

Do you love to play? Are you an all-around winner who knows how to bring the fun? Do you love challenging the way things have been done in the past and pushing people to connect? Have we got the job for you.

Part-time job opportunities

Want to help us put on great company culture events? We’re always looking for talented:

  • Field team members
  • MCs
  • Interns

If you want to get involved with ZogCulture, send your résumé and cover letter to info@zogculture.com.

The Zog Blog.

Our learnings and simple tips for improving your company culture.

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If you’re a leader, then grab your phone, pull up the camera and flip the lens around. Look at yourself and ask, “Do I care about the people on my team?”

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