Keri was born and raised in Parker, Colorado, attended CU-Boulder for her undergraduate degree. During that time, she was a lifeguard, Zamboni driver, and teaching assistant in addition to being a student. She also spent two summers in Costa Rica working with locals and high school students from the US! After graduation she moved to Denver where she worked for a non-profit as a program manager and dental assistant. Wanting to transition back into the technical realm, she moved back to Boulder. Attended gSchool, and has accepted a job here, joining the ever growing QL fam. In her spare time, she loves spending time with family and getting outside to take advantage of all that Boulder has to offer!
Our Meet the Team series, continues with James Kenly. James moved across the country from Boston to Colorado with his wife and young daughter. He is passionate about skiing, soccer, startups, music, and loves a great scotch. With his previous artist management business, he travelled around the world, and we are lucky he has landed in Boulder as Account Manager. Every day you can be sure James will walk into the office with a massive smile on his face.
Wanna work with us? We’re not just hiring, we’re on a quest to find and hire the best and brightest devs ready to work at the horizon line of tech. Nestle in and get to know us a bit. Keep reading and learn why working here is better than Disney World.
We know that to be a good business, you have to be a great employer with a rich culture that supports the heart of the people who want to work with you and build something worthwhile. We want our folks to bring their best everyday, so we build an environment that cultivates and supports talented, passionate, happy people - for they are the ones that show up bright: they perform better, work harder and more creatively, and build great products and customer relationships.
Colorado - land of the Rockies, land of microbreweries, land of the brainiest city in America, land of the largest number of high-tech employed individuals in the country, land of the below-average technology in schools. Say what? That’s right, you read me correctly. So what can we do about it?
- ← Previous
- Next →