Samantha Jacoby
Partner/Sales & Marketing Manager

Samantha Jacoby is Partner for BridgeWork Partners. In her role at the firm, she is Sales and Marketing Manager, as she works with key account management and strategic development of client partnerships. She also co-leads the marketing vision and execution for BridgeWork Partners. Samantha works with social media tools, digital and website capabilities to enhance the company brand and image.

Samantha Jacoby joined BridgeWork Partners after she graduated from Texas Tech in 2010. Starting as a Recruiting Coordinator, Samantha learned how to answer phones, screen, recruit, conduct background checks, work with Affirmative Action requirements, and assist with all the steps of the hiring process. She worked to comply with HR audits, quality control metrics, workers’ compensation, and unemployment processes to ensure timeliness of all deliverables. In addition, Samantha has extensively learned our Applicant Tracking System inside and out for the effectiveness of better service delivery to our clients and our employees. Samantha is also versed in the payroll process and effectiveness to ensure proper billing and timekeeping for our employees and clients.

Her “I Can Do Attitude” eventually led her to a promotion of Recruiter. Here she gained extensive knowledge working with several clients from the onset of a business relationship, to achieving high customer service scores and references, as well as working with HR issues and service delivery recovery. In addition, she is versed in recruiting for IT and Professional positions and temporary positions ranging from IT, finance, and administrative, to sales and marketing. She has spent several years involved in the recruiting and selection of candidates. This includes prescreening, face-to-face interviews, social media recruiting, as well as the entire on-boarding process. In addition, she has worked with legal compliance issues, E-Verify, and client and database management.

Due to her continued success and amazing dedication, Samantha was promoted to Account Manager. In this role, she has worked on building client relationships while continuing to assist with job requisitions, recruitment of positions, project staffing initiatives, as well as tracking metrics for the Mentor Protégé partnerships for BridgeWork Partners’ supplier diversity and teaming relationships.

Samantha is very passionate about our philanthropy “BridgeWorkGives” program and has been a champion for our cause during and outside normal work hours volunteering for so many causes such as Cornerstone Ranch which is a program for adults who are mentally disabled. Samantha has been involved in numerous causes to support cancer research including M. D. Anderson in Houston, Texas and Relay for Life which benefits the American Cancer Society. She has volunteered in the burn unit at Parkland Hospital, and has dedicated time to Prevent Child Abuse America, Girl Scouts of the USA, and many other social and civic causes. Not only has Samantha volunteered locally, but she has also traveled to New York to feed the homeless and work in different shelters. In addition, Samantha is an active volunteer for the 33-year-old “Stars on the Rise” program at the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, which has awarded over $33M in scholarships to disadvantaged students. Samantha is also a member of the Young Professionals Group at the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as well as a member of SHRM & Dallas HR.

In 2015, Samantha was featured in the Dallas Morning News in an article called “Too Happy to Hop,” demonstrating the strong value the millennial workforce brings to the economy and the business world today. Her journey with BridgeWork Partners has been a fascinating one and has been filled with an incredible work ethic and passion for customer service excellence. With Samantha as an integral part of the “recipe of success” for our team and our client partnerships. 

Samantha is a graduate from Texas Tech University and holds bachelor’s degrees in English and Spanish as well as a minor in Communications. Wreck ’em!