Samantha “Sam” Schreiner is a Colorado native who started her career as a developer for a small digital company in LoDo creating corporate CD-ROMs (remember those?). In 1999 she began consulting for a Silicon Valley startup as a technical trainer through Y2K and the dot com boom. HP acquired the company in 2006 for $4.5B (Too bad consultants don’t get equity). After working for many years as a test automation engineer, Sam joined her friend who was starting a staffing startup, which went great until September 2008 when the recession tanked almost everything. Currently a People Person at iTriage , Sam had enjoyed presenting at local events like New Tech Denver, Women Who Code, Denver Startup Week, and the PRIME Digital Health Summit.
Introduction to the Denver Startup Community
This free class is an orientation to help newcomers to the startup scene get acquainted with the exciting world of tech in Denver.
Boulder Startup Week: Collaboration in Tech Environments
In the tech industry it takes a lot of cooks in the kitchen to pull off great projects.
Treating Employees as Customers
Join Code and General Assembly for an evening of stories from successful HR practitioners who have experience in focusing on employee experience, and developing employee loyalty.