if you're anything like us, before you buy from a company you want to know who you're supporting. we get that, and that's basically the heart behind wolfpack. so allow us to introduce ourselves:
this is me and my dog Timberwolf. my name is Katherine (she/her), and I own wolfpack. I'm the one sending the emails, taking the photos, packaging your orders, making relationships with the small businesses and artists we buy from, updating the website, and vacuuming up Timberwolf's hair in the shop. Timberwolf (also known as Timmy) is the giant shop dog who hangs out at wolfpack on wednesdays. I live in Cincinnati with my husband who is a high school english teacher, and our two dogs. I'm passionate about sustainability, all people being paid a living wage, supporting independent artists and woman owned businesses, and finding art and clothing that speaks to people. I LOVE wolfpack and it's an honor to be at the helm of this ship and be building this dream.
this is Maya (they/them)! Maya is wolfpack's oldest employee. they work in the shop a few days a week, and run their own small earring making business (check out mutiny club!). Maya is a cincy native and is such a joy to be around. Maya has the best laugh, a great smile, and is a creative force that wolfpack is lucky to have on our team.
this is Rachel (she/her)! Rachel is the newest member of our team. she works in the shop a few days a week, sews some of our labels into our t-shirts, and is passionate about sustainability in fashion. Rachel is creative, curious, and a peaceful presence. Rachel also has her own small business upcylcing old fabrics into new clothing, called Rags & Goods.
something important that we want to note:
when you support wolfpack, you are not only supporting me, maya, and my large hairy dogs. you are also supporting a much larger network of creatives and small business owners. this year alone wolfpack has given thousands of dollars to businesses owned by women, businesses owned by people of color, businesses run by mothers, businesses run right here in our hometown of Cincinnati. we do this not because it’s a better financial decision for our bottom line. it’s usually not. we do it because we believe it is the way to change our world. we believe money is one of the most powerful votes we have. we believe economic empowerment is the way to a more equitable future for all. the faces you see in the above photo are just a small picture of the businesses, makers, and artists we source from to bring you the collection wolfpack has to offer. we believe in supporting small businesses. if you do too, you've just found your pack.