Greg McEvilly is the Founder & CEO of Kammok. His passion for the outdoors and love for people has driven him to create a brand that encourages community and inspires outdoor enthusiasts to engage in the adventure of changing lives. He founded Kammok in 2010 while pursuing a master's degree in cross-cultural communications. For every Kammok purchased, the company provides a treated mosquito net to a family in Africa through Malaria No More. Greg has led Kammok to become a vehicle for sustainable giving and broad social impact. He is a TEDx Alumni and a 1% for the Planet Ambassador. Greg has three business degrees from Texas Tech University and a background in commercial real estate.
Ty Clark is the Director of Art and Marketing for Kammok. An artist, writer, philanthropist and social entrepreneur, he has worked internationally in the art and fashion world, in consumer electronics and in the action sports industry. Ty has lived and served in numerous humanitarian projects in nine different countries. He is a contributing author to the book “Create Culture: Thoughts on Branding for Humans,” and has shown his art across the US. Previously, he founded a fashion brand based on the values of truth, love, and giving, and he’s helped Comfort the Children with their marketing and storytelling. He studied fine art, theology, and English at Azusa Pacific University.
Kammok exists to equip and inspire others for life changing adventure. We create quality gear for the city-to-trail adventurer (our hammocks and sleep systems are known as best-in-class), and we seek to inspire the greatest adventure of giving to others through all we make and do. Every Kammok purchase has a direct impact on helping people in need and improving our natural resources. In fact, the unique design for the company’s hammock grew out of an idea for alternative bedding to help people in malaria-stricken countries. Kammok is a 1% For the Planet member, B-Corp certified, GIIRS rated, and is partnered with CTC International (Praxis Non-Profit 2014 Fellow).