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Amber Hollenbeck's Mantra: Never Back Down

Vice president of product strategy at Mobile Solutions earns top young pro status in 2019


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AMBER HOLLENBECK, 28

VICE PRESIDENT OF PRODUCT STRATEGY, MOBILE SOLUTIONS

Want a map for moving up in an organization?

Check out Amber Hollenbeck’s trajectory. An early Mobile Solutions employee, Hollenbeck started on the service desk, then became operations manager, director of operations and now is the company’s youngest vice president.

“Every time we have challenged Amber—and I have done this quite a bit—she never backed down,” CEO James Johnson says. “She’s an integral part of the success of Mobile Solutions and (next-gen mobility management solution) MAX, not just in helping us to get to where we are today, but in helping us go further and further each year.”

Hollenbeck teaches Sunday school and helps coordinate Mobile Solutions’ involvement with nonprofits including the Denver Rescue Mission, Dolls for Daughters, National Network to End Domestic Violence, Cell Phones for Soldiers and the Matthew Shepard Foundation.

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Lisa Ryckman

Lisa Ryckman is ColoradoBiz's managing editor. Contact her at lryckman@cobizmag.com.

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