Sam Witts

Associate Product Manager for Purposeful/Inclusive Leadership

About Sam:

Sam Witts is the Associate Product Manager for Purposeful/Inclusive Leadership at Linkage, where he helps create exceptional client experiences, both virtually and in person. Since joining the team, Sam has been diving into Linkage’s virtual offerings and has become a trusted partner for clients, managing complex projects and customer relationships. Sam has worked with an exciting mix of clientele, including Kaiser Permanente, Synchrony Financial, Cox Communications, Lenovo, Constellation Brands and Granite Construction.

Background & Experience:

After graduating from Suffolk University in 2019, Sam joined Linkage, and has been a lead production coordinator for all virtual production, including Linkage’s annual Women in Leadership Institute™. He then transitioned to the Customer Success team where he partners closely with clients to deliver excellent participant experiences in the Advancing Women Leaders and Diversity and Inclusion spaces.

Education & Training:

Sam earned a BS in Public Relations from Suffolk University and recently completed an MBA in Music Management at Southern New Hampshire University in partnership with the Berklee College of Music. With this degree, Sam is hoping to merge his personal love for music and the music industry with his interest in business, to be able to start his own music talent management practice someday.

He also enjoys spending time with family, friends, and his cat in Haverhill, MA.

Sam's Insights

3 Reasons to Check Out Untamed by Glennon Doyle | Then, Catch Her at the Women in Leadership Institute

Whether you’re looking for leadership advice, love diving into a new memoir, or were a fan of her last bestseller, Love Warrior, Glennon Doyle’s latest work is worth checking out. Untamed blends fantastic storytelling with useful advice for leaders. Here are just a few reasons why you should check out Untamed.

How to Better Engage Teams: Hosting the Perfect Zoom Call

As we strive to continually engage our teams and organizations during a time of major transition, we all have the power to make video calls tolerable–and perhaps even enjoyable. The first step to meaningfully engaging employees during a time of crisis is to ensure you have the means to thoughtfully reach them. With these quick tips, you are well on your way to making the most of remote technology, and improving the look and feel of video conferences at your organization.

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