Our values guide everything we do at Terrain, from building great products to fostering a work culture we can all be proud of.
We don't shy away from tough problems. We approach each one with rigor and a data-driven mindset to arrive at the best results for our clients.
We are interested in the world around us and like to use our curiosity to formulate and test new ideas and ways to solve real problems.
We strive for a culture that's inclusive and that embraces everyone where each team member is valued for their unique skills, insights and perspectives.
We treat each other, our clients and our partners with mutual respect, to truly understand the needs of the other person.
We seek to create work/life balance by giving each other the space and support for personal and professional growth.
We believe in candor and transparency, both internally and with all of our clients and partners.
I've always believed that Talent is the most important asset to every business. With today's talent pool being more liquid than ever before and data being highly fragmented & siloed, I wanted to build a modern system that created an information advantage, delivering critical business insights from talent insights, that changed the way leaders analyzed markets, hired the best talent and managed risk more effectively.
Mark Jacobson, Founder & CEO
Mark and I founded Terrain when we learned how little data company site selection search processes have about talent pools in different cities. Our backgrounds in Human Capital and data science gave us unique ideas on how to approach this problem.
Riley Kinser, Cofounder & Head of Product
Growing up in a small town where one large tech company was the primary employer, I was excited to join Terrain’s mission to help companies make data-driven decisions around site selection. These decisions have a massive impact on the community they choose as well as the company itself.
Cord Meados, Full Stack Engineer
As a former Immunologist, I’ve always been fascinated by how systems work. People are incredibly complex which makes for a very interesting data science problem to work on.
Nathan Berkley, Software Engineer
Talent is one of the most essential contributors to a company’s success. With my passion for people and solving problems, I was thrilled to join Terrain’s mission to help companies go behind the numbers to make more effective decisions.
Emily Durr, Customer Success Manager
Investing in the health and well-being of our team is a priority for us. That’s why we offer perks and benefits to keep you feeling good, both mentally and physically.