46 episodes

Colorado TechCast with Trapper Little takes you inside the burgeoning Colorado tech industry through entertaining in-depth interviews with established industry leaders, as well as exciting up-and-coming talent.

The centennial state’s vibrant and rapidly-growing tech scene represents the second highest concentration of technology workers nationwide, and it brings in over half a billion dollars in invested capital each quarter. Learn about its rich history and current dynamic development with behind-the-scenes stories from the people who live it every day.

Make Colorado TechCast your go-to resource to stay on the bleeding edge of one of the fastest-growing markets in the country.

Colorado TechCast Trapper Little

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Colorado TechCast with Trapper Little takes you inside the burgeoning Colorado tech industry through entertaining in-depth interviews with established industry leaders, as well as exciting up-and-coming talent.

The centennial state’s vibrant and rapidly-growing tech scene represents the second highest concentration of technology workers nationwide, and it brings in over half a billion dollars in invested capital each quarter. Learn about its rich history and current dynamic development with behind-the-scenes stories from the people who live it every day.

Make Colorado TechCast your go-to resource to stay on the bleeding edge of one of the fastest-growing markets in the country.

    JB Holston | Greater Washington Partnership pt 2

    JB Holston | Greater Washington Partnership pt 2

    Episode 48: JB Holston – Greater Washington Partnership JB Holston is the CEO of the Greater Washington Partnership and was the dean of the University of Denver’s Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science from July 2015 until August 2020. Prior to becoming Dean he was the founding Executive Director for the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network and founding CEO for NewsGator/Sitrion. JB’s impact on the business, policy, and technology sectors in Colorado have been numerious, including is with at the State’s response to Covid 19. In 2014, the Colorado Technology Association awarded JB the Bob Newman Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the technology industry in Colorado.

    • 33 min
    JB Holston | Greater Washington Partnership

    JB Holston | Greater Washington Partnership

    Episode 47: JB Holston – Greater Washington Partnership JB Holston is the CEO of the Greater Washington Partnership and was the dean of the University of Denver’s Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science from July 2015 until August 2020. Prior to becoming Dean he was the founding Executive Director for the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network and founding CEO for NewsGator/Sitrion. JB’s impact on the business, policy, and technology sectors in Colorado have been numerious, including is with at the State’s response to Covid 19. In 2014, the Colorado Technology Association awarded JB the Bob Newman Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the technology industry in Colorado.
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    JB Holston on LinkedIn Greater Washington Partnership  
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    Phil Weiser | State of Colorado

    Phil Weiser | State of Colorado

    Episode 46: Phil Weiser – State Of Colorado Phil Weiser, Colorado Attorney General, was sworn in as the State’s 39th Attorney General on January 8, 2019. As the state’s chief legal officer, Attorney General Weiser is committed to protecting the people of Colorado and building an innovative and collaborative organization that will address a range of statewide challenges, from addressing the opioid epidemic to reforming our criminal justice system to protecting our land, air, and water.
    Attorney General Weiser has dedicated his life to the law, justice, and public service. Before running for office, Weiser served as the Hatfield Professor of Law and Dean of the University of Colorado Law School, where he founded the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship and co-chaired the Colorado Innovation Council.
    Weiser served as a Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the U.S. Department of Justice and as Senior Advisor for Technology and Innovation in the Obama Administration’s National Economic Council. He served on President Obama’s Transition Team, overseeing the Federal Trade Commission and previously served in President Bill Clinton’s Department of Justice as senior counsel to the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Antitrust Division, advising on telecommunications matters.
    Before his appointment at the Justice Department, Weiser served as a law clerk to Justices Byron R. White and Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the United States Supreme Court and to Judge David Ebel at the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, Colorado.
    The son and grandson of Holocaust survivors, Weiser is deeply committed to the American Dream and ensuring opportunity for all Coloradans. Weiser lives in Denver with his wife, Dr. Heidi Wald, and their two children.
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    Pattie Money | Twilio

    Pattie Money | Twilio

    Episode 45: Pattie Money – Twilio Pattie Money brings over 25 years of People leadership experience, working with executives and leaders at all organizational levels. Her work is focused on driving exceptional organizational performance while helping those within the organization achieve their fullest potential. She currently serves as the interim Chief People Office at Twilio and was the Chief People Officer at SendGrid until their successful acquisition by Twilio, where she was responsible for the companies greatest asset, their people. She has been responsible for building and implementing the People strategies and programs required to support ambitious growth and an evolving organization while preserving and enhancing an award winning culture.
    Prior to joining SendGrid, Pattie served as Chief People Officer at TubeMogul, a publicly traded global ad tech company in the Bay area and Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Mercury Payment Systems, a payment technology company. Prior to Mercury, she lead the People function for Monotype, a publicly traded font and font technology company headquartered in Boston, leading through multiple stages of growth including a successful IPO and global expansion.
    Pattie holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from University of Memphis and a Master of Science in Human Resource Development Degree from Villanova University.
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    • 27 min
    Pattie Money | Twilio

    Pattie Money | Twilio

    Pattie Money brings over 25 years of People leadership experience, working with executives and leaders at all organizational levels. Her work is focused on driving exceptional organizational performance while helping those within the organization achieve their fullest potential. She currently serves as the interim Chief People Office at Twilio and was the Chief People Officer at SendGrid until their successful acquisition by Twilio, where she was responsible for the companies greatest asset, their people. She has been responsible for building and implementing the People strategies and programs required to support ambitious growth and an evolving organization while preserving and enhancing an award winning culture.
    Prior to joining SendGrid, Pattie served as Chief People Officer at TubeMogul, a publicly traded global ad tech company in the Bay area and Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Mercury Payment Systems, a payment technology company. Prior to Mercury, she lead the People function for Monotype, a publicly traded font and font technology company headquartered in Boston, leading through multiple stages of growth including a successful IPO and global expansion.
    Pattie holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from University of Memphis and a Master of Science in Human Resource Development Degree from Villanova University.
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    Pattie Money on LinkedIn Twilio Twilio.org Click to Review and Rate Colorado TechCast on iTunes!
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    Episode 43 - Mike Freeman - Innosphere

    Episode 43 - Mike Freeman - Innosphere

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Nate the Conqueror ,

Great way to learn about Colorado startups

I have been listening to this podcast since they started a couple of years ago. I love the interview format and questions. Trapper really gets inside the minds of his guests and asks all of the questions that I would. 5 Stars!

Whid the reclusive ,

Best tech talk

I love this podcast. Can we call it a trappercast or Trapcast? It’s trapped me. I’ll listen to all episodes. Very insightful #Trapcast

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