We are audio experts running a business rooted in human connection. We help our clients and partners bring the human aspect of their brand to life to deeply connect with their audience via the power of audio storytelling.
Griffin is the co-founder and CEO of Dante32. Prior to founding Dante32, Griffin held a variety of technology leadership roles, ranging from CTO to Head of Engineering, helping lead organizations large and small. With a focus on leading with humility, humanity and vulnerability, he believes in people and the power of human connection.
Jenn Dudley is the co-founder and CSO of Dante32. With a background covering technology, education and instructional design, Jenn brings a multidisciplinary approach to her work. Prior to Dante32, Jenn held a variety of roles ranging from Software Engineering Manager, Head of Complexity and Education manager. Jenn brings a dose of serendipity, attention to detail and heart to her work.
Founded by Griffin Caprio and Jenn Dudley, Dante32 encapsulates the best of two worlds: over 25 years of combined experience working and playing with cutting-edge technology and a deep appreciation for the stories of the people behind it. After all, technology is nothing but a vehicle for story.
Humans are messy.
We are all humans and humans are messy. We want to provide a safe environment that nurtures and bets on human potential so that we can be our whole, messy selves. That means respecting ourselves & our co-workers and having the individual agency to both succeed, as well as fail, honestly.
At Dante32 we choose to believe that love trumps fear. We assume positive intent in our words, actions and choices. We believe in abundance rather and scarcity and that leads to a more caring, compassionate and open hearted life.
We believe showing up as your whole self every day is the best way to love what you do and do great work. We also know that being your authentic self is an act of tremendous courage. To be seen requires vulnerability. We strive to build relationships safe enough to allow you to show up as you.
Always ask the question.
We know that curiosity is the key to learning and that asking good questions is the only way to create a space for answers, even when that is uncomfortable. Asking the tough questions of each other first begins with asking tough questions of ourselves. Holding space for radical self-inquiry allows us to surface our own emotions and ask ourselves “why?” with humility.