Roger Sam Named VP of Federal Technology Programs at HigherEchelon

Roger Sam

Roger Sam, a sales and marketing veteran, has joined Alabama-based human capital and technology services firm HigherEchelon as vice president of federal technology programs. Sam brings his experience working with the Department of Veterans Affairs to expand HigherEchelon's portfolio and enterprise technology footprint in his new role, the company said in a LinkedIn post published Saturday.

He currently serves as vice president of practice management and marketing at ProSphere. In addition, he worked at TISTA Science and Technology Corporation as director of business development.

Sam is a licensed Amazon Web Services practitioner and an accredited administrator and sales cloud consultant for Salesforce services.

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