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Vitamin of the Week: Samantha Sulzer (Indianapolis)


Samantha Sulzer

When it comes to the grueling work of finding a dream gig in the creative playing field, Sam’s got you covered.

An incredible agent in our Indy office, she’s not afraid to tackle the tough obstacles. Vitamin T creatives can go wide and grab all the glory.

Catch her answers to our 7 Quick Questions to find the top things you can do to get a job and to discover the most awesome creative event in Indy!

  1. What do you love about working with creative talent? I love hearing about that one favorite project they worked on. You can learn a lot about creative talent by asking them this question. Which is exactly why I always do!

  2. What’s the BEST thing someone can do when looking for a job? Research, research, research! Know as much as possible about both the position and the company you are interested in. Having all of the details will help you know the right questions to ask when you are interviewing. It’s also a plus for the company when you come prepared to the interview and you know exactly what it is that they do.

  3. In your job, what’s been your favorite moment or biggest joy? Without a doubt, finding awesome people awesome jobs. It’s such a great feeling when you can make a good match for both a client and a talent.

  4. Best creative/digital event in your city? In my opinion (and not just because we’ve been sponsors), The Craft Brew Doodle Crew. A bunch of cool people get together to draw really interesting things (round-robin style), while they drink crafty brews!



  1. If you had to pick two celebrities to be your parents, who would they be? I would pick Kristen Wiig to be my celebrity mother, because I would hope that I might inherit a small fraction of her sense of humor. For my celebrity dad, it’d have to be Jeff Goldblum. Just because.

  2. What’s the name of the last book you read? Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham. I really admire her as a person/writer and think she’s super talented. Her book was so funny and honest about life.


  1. As a 5 year old, what did you want to be when you grew up? An anesthesiologist!

Looking for that amazing creative job in Indy? Talk to Samantha!

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