Annette Quintana is the CEO of Istonish Holding Company, a privately held, Native American information technology services company established in 1990. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Istonish helps organizations, individuals and communities to be great through innovative technology solutions. Annette’s unique capacity to inspire her team to deliver successful results stems from her enthusiastic commitment to this vision. Under Annette’s leadership, Istonish has grown and evolved to serve government agencies, private companies large and small, and mission-driven not-for-profit organizations throughout the Mountain West.
Her values emanate from the inside out. Annette has held steadfast to her values of building a company that’s a great place to work and delivers significant value to clients and the community. She actively serves on the boards of several non-profit organizations including: Colorado Technology Association, Visit Denver, and The Nature Conservancy.
Annette is the recipient of multiple awards including: Outstanding Women in Business, Most Powerful Women in Colorado, the Top 100 Women-Owned Business award, and is the 2016 Colorado Technology Association APEX CEO of the Year award winner.
A Colorado native, Annette holds a degree in chemical engineering from Colorado State University, is a wife, the mother of two daughters, and is a self-proclaimed yoga enthusiast. She is well known for her prominent contributions to the community in which she does business and is a recognized advocate for women in the technology industry.
Closing the Skills Gap
A conversation about growing the Denver tech talent pipeline with Kenzan and General Assembly.