Our Team

Boulder Flash Mob’s Founder Patty Shull

Patty Shull - Flash Mob Genius

Patty Shull is a Fortune 500 and Small Business Leadership & Teambuilding Consultant and Coach. She has led thousands of workshops throughout North America for over 15-years and has personally mentored hundreds of top executives. She is passionate about the possibilities that come about when  leaders follow their calling and train to lead high performance teams.

Patty holds 15 certifications including instruction in Conscious Language™ — Conversational Distinctions to Empower Anyone, Anywhere and, a performance improvement program called “Add 20 Points to Your Bottom-line by Motivating Others” based on research from Harvard Business School. Her work is based in Ontological Design, the study of Being, which enhances human dignity in all areas of life.

She is also known for turning ordinary company meetings into comedy shows.  She and her team produced a corporate comedy show called, Environ-Mental Hazards which has been performed by sketch comedy actors throughout the U.S.  Her shows reveals the six key characteristics of the highest performing leaders.

Patty lives in Boulder, Colorado, is the mom of an 14-year old girl and loves anything that makes her laugh, especially Flash Mobs. Contact Patty at 713-446-8700 or email her at boulderflashmob@gmail.com.


Zoe Snyder – WordPress Websites n Souflee´

BoulderFlashMob Team member - Zoe SnyderZoe is a Greek Goddess of creativity. In the Greek language, her name means ‘life’, and she is full of it!

She graduated from Hollins College with a liberal arts major and soupçon of French. She loves languages and can speak Spanish, French, some basic Greek, as well as HTML, and css. You know the computer languages that drive web apps and most things internet.

With 20 years of print & graphic design behind her, she uses her mental acumen to focus on developing WordPress websites.


Anand Vadehra – has Cosmic Comedic Powers

Anand Vadehra comes to Boulder Comedy Flash Mob with a love and history of comedy performance. Strangely enough, it all started while in his third year of doing a Ph.D. program in Chemistry at Caltech, on his way to becoming a Chemistry professor. After seeing an improv show at the famed Groundlings School of Improv in Hollywood, Anand auditioned and was accepted into the school. He left grad school and begin his development as a versatile comedic actor.

Anand is both a stand up and sketch comedian. He founded, directed and performed in a sketch comedy group featured by MySpace comedy called “Obnoxious”. He has appeared on many TV shows and Films, doing mostly comedy. Some of his more noteworthy appearances include “Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay”, “Reno 911!”, “Las Vegas” and “Mad TV”.

Philosophically, Anand sees laughter as a universal stress and trauma release mechanism that has the potential to engage us in what he calls “mutually transformative healing reactions”. Sounds kind of chemistry-ish, yes?