Sara Schultz

Digital Project Manager

A graduate of Roosevelt University in Chicago, Sara earned a degree in Business Management and Marketing before moving on to pursue a career in the field of web development. Sara now resides in a (very) small town in Nebraska, and is enjoying the change of pace. 

What You Need to Know About Sara Schultz

What is the most rewarding part of managing a project?

The most rewarding part of managing a project is getting to see the end result. Projects can take anywhere from a week to a couple months, and project managers are there every step of the way. It's incredible to see our developers build websites that are exactly what the clients have dreamed of.

What do you like to do when you’re away from your desk?

When I’m not sitting at my desk, I’m probably either in the gym or finding new craft breweries to tour. I just recently moved to Nebraska, so I’ve had a lot of fun exploring my new town!

What do you recommend to visitors of your part of the world?

Originally from the Midwest, I recommend that everyone spends some kind of time in Wisconsin. There is truly nothing better than eating everything smothered in cheese. In addition, Wisconsin is home to some of the best sports teams, county fairs, and breweries in the country.

What are you currently reading?

I just finished “Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo” by Amy Schumer. I’m looking forward to starting Amy Poehler’s biography called “Yes, Please” in the upcoming weeks.

What is the most interesting aspect of site building?

Site building is interesting because it changes for every project. No two sites are truly the same. Essentially, you're working hand in hand with the client and the developers to help define the building blocks of their future site.

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