SparkVision believes that when you connect people through purpose, there’s no limit to what they can do. We partner with companies to bring life to their values and culture, creating environments where people can thrive. With a specialty in millennial engagement, we are sought after by teams who are invested in collaboration between their current and future generations of leaders.
Our partnerships range from working with organizations to increase employee engagement, to offering one-time workshops designed to foster interpersonal connections and collaboration. Our proprietary research on High Achieving Millennials reveals new insights that directly inform our work. In addition to our project-based commitments, SparkVision also offers speaking services on the topics of Crafting Culture and Millennials in the Workplace
To create environments where people thrive.
To live in a world where personal experiences and human connection bring purpose in work and life.
Authenticity & Transparency
Be yourself – it’s our greatest superpower. Trust your intuition and proactively share the good and the bad.
Vulnerability & Empathy
Be open. Express and expose the experiences that are too often left unsaid. Support and show love to those who have the courage to do so.
Accountability & Balance
Be committed. Hold high standards for work ethic and all human relationships. Self-care is paramount to work and drives our success.
MaryBeth Hyland, founder of SparkVision, knows that extraordinary success is rooted in the vision, values and the culture of purpose-driven leaders and their tribe. With over 11 years of experience, grounded in her BA in Social Work and MS in Nonprofit Management, she’s been sought-after for her ability to create purpose-driven movements. As an expert in millennial engagement, she is well-known for transforming a young professional program with low return into the national best practice model. In three short years, she increased membership by 400% and giving by 2,400%. As a result of these exceptional outcomes she has been consulting and training on an international level.
MaryBeth is active in her community and currently holds leadership positions with The Midtown Academy, BGE’s Community Advisory Council, PEO and BUDL. To feed her creative side, she is a water ballerina, woodworker and life-long flautist. MaryBeth is most proud of her role as mentor to an incredible young woman for the past 8 years. Her recent awards include “Innovator of the Year”, “Top 100 Women”, “Civic Engagement Leader” and “Leading Women”. MaryBeth resides in Baltimore with her husband, James and cat Mr. Fluffer Nutter.