Our Company

Mission and Vision

The inspiration for commonFont’s name was taken from a fountain in a public piazza in Italy, spring-fed, ever-flowing, and shared by everyone in the community. For the clients and employees whom we serve, commonFont plays a similar role: we are a source of connections with others, shared benefits, and continuous learning and renewal.

We’re on a mission to improve the lives of every person whom we touch.
Come join us.


LEADERSHIP

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Abby Schlatter
Director

Abby grew up on a farm, graduated from Harvard, and then built and led teams in a warehousing operation. She earned an MBA from Stanford before helping to reinvent an engineering company as part of the executive team. Abby’s path led to Medallia and then to commonFont, where she has fully realized a lifetime of learning about the importance of hard work, the power of teams, and the value of strong relationships.

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Matt Fulton
Director

Before partnering with Abby to build commonFont, Matt joined Medallia during its bootstrapping phase and eventually led Medallia’s global Client Services team. Prior to commonFont and Medallia, Matt honed an obsessive attention to detail and a passion for serving others while leading teams at McMaster-Carr, managing clients at a logistics company, and studying history and chemistry at Wake Forest University.

 

OUR TEAM

We come from diverse backgrounds, but we are united by our values and culture.

Lead by serving. We serve others with empathy, compassion, thoughtfulness, and humility.
Deliver exceptionalism. We set incredibly high standards, and we continually raise the bar.
Long-term perspective. We invest in people, relationships, and community for the long haul.
Learn, adapt, improve, repeat. Our organization’s success is driven by our ability to learn and evolve as individuals.
Solve problems. We approach tough and ambiguous challenges with creativity, passion, curiosity, and optimism.
Take ownership. We take responsibility for our personal performance and for the success of the projects and people whom we touch.
Common and whole. We believe in the importance of the whole person, not just the part that shows up to work every day. We believe that how we approach a problem matters just as much as the solution we develop to address it. We believe that when people come together to advance a common purpose, everything is possible.

 

Location

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Bozeman | Montana

Set in a valley at the base of the Bridger Mountains, Bozeman is surrounded by 5 mountain ranges, 3 world-class fly-fishing rivers, 2 ski resorts, and Yellowstone National Park. The landscape is rich and wild, and it is home to tech entrepreneurs, academics, scientists, ranchers, and lovers of the outdoors. Bozeman’s people are entrepreneurial, hard-working, and committed to the community, making it the perfect spot for commonFont.

Area Population: 100K | Annual days of sunshine: 300 | College Town

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Downtown Bozeman, voted one of the best outdoor towns by Outside magazine

BOZEMAN HIGHLIGHTS

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Bozeman Area


AREA POPULATION
~100,000
WEATHER
300 days of sun per year
Average temps: July 82ºF / Jan 32ºF
GROWTH
Sixth fastest growing “micropolitan” area in the nation
Source WALKABLE AND BIKABLE
80 miles of trails in and around town

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Economic Hub


ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY
Montana rated #1 for startup activity by The Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity
COLLEGE
Montana State University, Division 1, undergrad and graduate-level degree programs, enrollment 15,000
AIRPORT
Direct flights to San Francisco, New York, LA, Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Minneapolis, Seattle, and beyond

 

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Outdoor Recreation


SKI RESORTS
Bridger Bowl (20 min.), Big Sky Resort (45 min.)
HIKING, BIKING AND CLIMBING
5 mountain ranges with rock and ice climbing, hiking, Nordic skiing, camping, and mountain biking
WORLD CLASS FLY FISHING
Gallatin River (5 min.), Madison (20 min.), Yellowstone (30 min.)

Quality of Life


THE BEST PLACE TO LIVE
Outside: Best Towns, Fodor’s Travel: Best Small Towns, National Geographic: World’s Best Ski Towns
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Bozeman High School ranked #1 in the state, #731 in the nation
CULTURE
Museum of the Rockies, Symphony, Opera, Dance, Theater, Sweet Pea Arts Festival, Gallery Walk