Lucid Agency named “Top Company” for Third Consecutive Year

Lucid Agency named “Top Company” for Third Consecutive Year

It’s official! and Republic Media (The Arizona Republic and announced that Lucid Agency has earned a spot on the list of 2019® Top Companies to Work for in Arizona for the third consecutive year.


This highly selective list is the result of anonymous and comprehensive employee surveys measuring culture, work environment, leadership, and employee pride and satisfaction, combined with rigorous evaluations of workplace practices, policies, perks and demographics.

“This year 125 companies were selected based on the results of a very high favorable employee survey scores averaging 90% overall survey results and an impressive 91% overall employee engagement. This level of performance for Arizona companies is about three times the national average when compared to Gallup’s recent reporting of US engagement at about 33% favorable”, says Denise Gredler, Founder & CEO for BestCompaniesAZ, program consulting partner. “These winners should be very proud of their Top Companies status for this presents a powerful opportunity to attract and retain the very best talent.”

“We are thrilled to be recognized as one of Arizona’s ‘Top Companies’ for the 3rd consecutive year,” says Scott Kaufmann, President. “Over the last few years we’ve integrated some very successful employee-led programs that have really lead to an incredible culture and workplace. Our team members are passionate about helping one another achieve the best possible results for our clients, and truly our team deserves all the recognition for believing in our company and each other.”

Lucid Agency was chosen for this recognition for a workplace culture that supports each team member’s individual goals and ideal work-life balance. A collaborative work environment centered on autonomy, professional development, and an emphasis on innovation set the standard for top-shelf work. Benefits like self-managed vacation, a generous healthcare policy, and paid maternity and paternity leave allow employees to have a full life outside of the office. Employees are encouraged to recharge with group activities like optional meditation and yoga sessions. Coworkers connect and unwind with frequent team-building activities and celebrations for professional and personal achievements — where, of course, delicious snacks and drinks are provided.

Carley Kintz with her dog, Lily, who loves to visit the office!

Carley Kintz, Vice President of Strategy & Operations, added, “The distinction of a ‘Top Company to Work for in Arizona’ is an exciting achievement, especially when Lucid Agency has been recognized for the third year in a row. We continuously work on creating the best possible environment for our team, so this award reminds us to take time to celebrate the tremendous organization we’ve built and what we have accomplished together.”


The 100 “Top Companies” were honored at an awards breakfast reception on June 12, 2019 and are published in a special supplement in the June 16, 2019 issue of The Arizona Republic, as well as online at and For complete details visit

As for the team, we are proud of our work, how we support each other and how we treat our clients. Our individual work each day combines to make a positive cumulative effect; making our company the place we want to grow our careers. The positive work environment here is something we appreciate every day, but having a party to celebrate the award was just what we needed to stop and smell the roses– or the rosé wine and “flamingo punch” in this case… Congratulations, Lucid Agency team!!

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Christine is the Communication Director at Lucid Agency, with a focus on internal communication and public relations. Christine is a proud ASU alumnus with B.S. in Marketing from W.P. Carey School of Business and a minor in Art History from the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts. She enjoys combining the varied natures and influences of her education in her work and loves to debate word choice on the merits of connotation VS denotation, if anyone wants to take her up on it.

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