We Have Interns!

Welcome to the team, Stuart and Nehemiah. 

These two gents are going to help us around the shop and on social. Stoked to have them in the mix. If you're in the Pacific Northwest and are interested in being part of the team, please send an email to info@combatflipflops.com. 

Meet Nehemiah. 

“Creative doing is better than creative thinking.”

Combat Flip Flops Internship 
Nehemiah will graduate from Western  Washington University in June with a  Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He is on track to  graduate at the top of his class and is  the first in his family to earn a degree.

 As a “creative doer” and aspiring  entrepreneur, he plans on finishing  college, rolling up his sleeves and  making  something awesome. 

 When he’s not working or studying,  you  can find Nehemiah playing music,  creating art, people watching, fishing  and sailing  he Puget Sound. He has a  wife, three  dogs and an overweight  cat. 

 He’s currently working on a top-secret  project for Combat Flip Flops. When  confronted about the  project,  Nehemiah responded by saying, “It’s big — really big!”


Meet Mark "Stuart" Boyle.

Stuart Boyle Combat Flip Flops InternshipAfter spending over 25 years in technology he returned to school and has spent the past 3 years completing an Associates degree in business and accounting from Olympic College and is in his final quarter to complete his BA in Business from Western Washington University on the Peninsulas.

In his free time he has been a founding member of the Western Washington Poultry Farmer Cooperative (WWPFC)  (Formerly Kitsap Poultry Growers Cooperative) (KPGC) and serves as President and as Equipment Coordinator for the Co-op’s poultry processing equipment rental program. In 2012 completed a project working with the Northwest Cooperative Development Center (NWCDC) under a USDA Rural Business Enterprise grant (RBEG) completing incorporation and business plan for the KPGC. In 2013 he headed up and successfully completed a project to bring a mobile poultry processing unit (MPPU) into operation for poultry and rabbit farmers in Western Washington counties. Together with his wife, Michele Gilles, Stuart, taught the Poultry Processing from Pasture to Plate workshop sponsored by WSU Clallam County Extension.  Together they run a small farm in Silverdale breeding SPN certified Narragansett turkey plus Jersey Giant and Delaware chickens.

Currently on an internship to help introduce cool new products for CFF, but if he told you any details he would have to kill you.


Get to know the rest of The CFF Team. 





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