Clutch is committed to doing work differently, putting our values — and our employees — at the heart of everything we do. And as a values-based company, we know that it’s important to invest in a culture for our team who produce impactful and effective work for our clients.
“When we founded Clutch three years ago, we took a different approach,” says Rachel Zillner, CEO and co-founder of Clutch. “We believed that bringing together good people to do good work for good clients would be a successful business model. And we knew that this business philosophy, this approach to doing work, wasn’t the usual path. We didn’t have a specific widget or one service to sell, we had a concept that was built around people.”
That theory is paying off. With clients in both public and private sectors and needs ranging from events to data analysis, communications to project management, and nearly everything in between, Clutch has become the go-to consulting team to match clients with the resources they dream of.
“One of the greatest feelings is to hear both our clients and our employees describe their experiences of our company ‘coming in clutch’,” says Anne Descalzo, co-founder of Clutch. “We’ve really created a firm that provides the exceptional level of service seen at boutique-style organizations at a large scale. With nearly 200 employees — and growing every day — our values-based model means that clients, employees and partners feel the difference in our approach.”
With access to top talent throughout the Sacramento region and beyond and a mission to improve the quality of work life — especially for women and caregivers — Rachel, Anne and their cherry-picked team of all-stars bring together skilled, accredited and eager teams of consultants to address the needs of their clients.
“Our employees and our clients can choose where they want to work and whom they want to do that work with,” Zillner says. “So we say, why not create a culture of drive, optimism and connection? Why not foster a space of collaboration, growth and intentionality, both with our teams and with our clients? Why not Clutch?”