Elizabeth works on a team of four—Matt Orcutt edits the videos, Jonathan Cappolino creates the graphics, and Tyler Thomason is the host.
“Every episode is recorded in my home with a cell phone, a light and a clip-on microphone,” Tyler explains. “Sometimes I’m in my dining room, sometimes I’m right next to our front door. It’s a very candid, homey feel.”
Episodes have highlighted tireless cupcake makers, dedicated vision center workers, and breakdancing associates—the people who make working at Walmart, even in a pandemic, a joyful experience.
“We have so many associates all over the world,” Tyler says. “They’re talented. They’re fun. Honestly, they inspire me. I’ve probably spoken with or met more than 100 different associates from all over, either by phone or a Zoom call. Each associate has a story, and I’m honored every time I get the opportunity to share one of them.”
“I loved working on the Pride episode (watch below),” Elizabeth adds. “We worked with Walmart’s PRIDE Associate Resource Group, along with our friends, family and coworkers to make sure we treated identity—an important topic—in a thoughtful way.”