It’s a Stytchiversary! Meet Spyri Karasavva!

What do you love most about working at Stytch? 

The people! But because everyone says that, here’s my second favorite thing about Stytch: the opportunity to have direct impact on the company’s trajectory, user experience, and culture.

What does a typical day at Stytch look like for you?

It changes a ton — I feel like I’ve switched three jobs since I joined Stytch. At the moment, I spend a lot of time thinking about user acquisition and activation strategies. 

What’s been the most surprising thing about Stytch?

How open everyone is to learning from each other, as well as giving and receiving feedback.

Stytch has gone from 0-1 in the last year, what have been some of your biggest learnings about joining an early stage company?

What got you to 1 won’t get you to 100, and at an early stage company every single person can have an outsized impact.  

What’s your favorite part of the Stytch culture?

The openness and transparency when it comes to decision making.

Which Stytch value resonates most with you and why?

Are we thinking big enough yet? 

I love pushing each to do better for our customers and end-users, while having a ton of fun in the process. 

What’s the most interesting project you’ve worked on at Stytch?

Starting and scaling our startup partnerships! I found it extremely rewarding to lead this initiative from ideation, to scale and optimization. 

How did you end up working in growth marketing?

I like working on complex problems, making data-driven decisions and being able to measure the impact of my work. Growth marketing felt like a no-brainer! 

When’s the last time you did something for the first time and what was it?

I went bowling a few weeks ago, and discovered that I actually have a decent aim. Growing up in Greece, bowling was definitely not something we did for fun! 

What song, hobby, or recipe got you through COVID?

I roadtripped across the US for a year. Favorite stop: Sedona, AZ 

What’s your ideal weekend?

Looking for the perfect chocolate croissant (The Mill is still my #1), movie night at the Roxie, and park hangouts with friends. 

What’s something you’re passionate about that’s not on your resume?

See above ^