Mark Samson
Vice President, Talent Solutions

Mark Samson

Mark Samson

Vice President, Talent Solutions

17 State Street, 8th floor
New York, NY 10004

(646) 277-2249

Positively impacting lives by providing sustainable work makes every day an exciting growth opportunity. For me, there is no greater reward than working with clients to understand their workforce challenges and then to design and deliver creative solution

I didn’t choose this industry, it chose me.  Twenty-six years later, I am more inspired than ever to apply my knowledge and diverse experience to today’s and tomorrow’s evolving labor requirements.  I derive great personal satisfaction from being able to develop unique, customized workforce solutions that solve problems for our clients, making them more successful.

After spending a career with large and multi-national companies in this industry, Andiamo provides the platform and the support to do this, to create truly client-centric talent solutions, backed by the best recruiting engines in the industry.  It’s such an exciting time to work here with inspiring people, who value work diversity, creativity and life experience.

Academic Background:


B.S. Counseling & Human Behavior, University of Connecticut



Traveling and exploring new places & cultures, NCAA Basketball (UConn Season ticket holder and “Nut”), Skiing, Baseball, Youth Coach

What’s your favorite movie or TV show?


A tie: Game of Thrones, even the final season, and The Wire


What’s the greatest bit of advice a parent or mentor has given you?


“Pay yourself first” - Grandpa Andy

The first bill you pay each month should be 10% of your earnings to your savings account.

What technology innovation made the most impact on your life?


Cell phone then Smart phone; it changed traditional life and business in so many ways, particularly for travel, positive and negative.

How would your friends describe you?


Reliable, honest, optimistic, supportive, creative, “Always puts a positive vibe into every situation”

If you could have a superpower, what would it be?


Super memory

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