Who We Are & Why We Care

This company was proudly founded by moms.

Trish Colby, Co-founder | Columbus, Ohio

Trish Colby has been CEO of several companies and has over 30 years experience in lobbying, government affairs, political consulting and business development. Surviving breast cancer twice and losing a daughter to a brain tumor gives Trish the knowledge of how to properly wear a mask and the importance of keeping those masks clean, which are essential in stopping the spread of COVID-19.

Tamie Sullivan, Co-founder | Cincinnati, Ohio
Tamie Sullivan is a veteran communications consultant, nonprofit leader and entrepreneur. Throughout her career, she has developed a reputation for leveraging strategic partnerships, high-value cause marketing and public relations services to raise awareness for her clients and their causes.  Her experienced project management includes brand positioning, message development, public relations and collective impact. Sullivan is founder of Girls with Pearls, Cincinnati, which became a program of Most Valuable Kids in 2018.  Sullivan has held a variety of business, non-profit and government positions. Sullivan is a graduate of Leadership Cincinnati Class 30 and currently serves on several local boards.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
Joan Robinette, Chief Design Officer (CDO) | Catlettsburg, Kentucky
  I became involved in the design and production of CovCase because I had several family members die of COVID-19. Covid is Real.  There was one person that did not wear a mask at the function. Within the next two weeks, six members from the same table contracted COVID-19.  Three of them died from COVID-19.  Now, I wear my masks every time I am in public. I have a lot of different masks, one for every outfit but I needed something to carry them in besides a zip-loc bag.  I knew I wanted to help make as many CovCases so everyone can safely store their masks.