About Bri Larson

A mom. A wife. Plus dogs.

I’m married to my amazing husband, Josh, and we have a one and a half year old son named Barrett. We’re also blessed with a couple of dogs, Luna and Sonny, who deliver just the right amount of happiness and canine therapy to our everyday lives. We live in Iowa and occupy ourselves with TV and making sure we always have bananas on deck for our son.

Professional project manager

I joined the Hy-Vee IT team in 2021 as a project manager. Previously, I worked in digital project/people management at Strategic America helping clients redesign their websites and organize large website programs. My PM style is process-oriented, organized and balanced with great communication. I’m motivated to work with kind, smart and creative people, and am always ready for that next challenge.

Co-Founder of Barkpass

I co-founded Barkpass with my talented husband in 2019. It’s a SaaS product that allows cities and organizations to administer dog park registrations and pet licenses. We just unleashed a new version of the software and an updated marketing site in 2021. I’m excited to grow our client base and make registering for dog parks and pet licenses an easy experience!

When it’s time to unwind

Settling in for a great TV show without a set agenda for the day is my idea of a good time. I know, watch out world! I’m always running out my own clock and television is my little oasis from it all. I got hooked on TV as a young kid. If I find something that makes me laugh, I’ll watch it over and over…and over (The Office, Parks and Rec, Portlandia). So, let’s talk about TV.

I’m also a comedy enthusiast and love attending a good improv show. I even have a couple characters up my sleeve for when the occasion is just right.

I like to be healthy. From eating well (or attempting to eat well) to yoga and working out. I’m always trying to fix my chronically aching lower back. And leg. And foot.

Lastly, you’ll find me walking my pups a lot. Even if it’s really cold out, I’m still game to bundle up and get a quick walk in. Those puppies depend on their walks, so let’s leash up and hit the sidewalk!