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Thursday, March 5 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Bringing It In-House: You Pay Agencies and Consultants Too Much - #15NTCinhouse

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In today’s ever-diversifying digital landscape, you’re always trying to figure out what to spend their money on and how–and we all know hiring agencies and consultants isn’t your cheapest line item.

With experiences across a variety of organizations, large and small, we’ve helped to build in-house capabilities and reduce consulting costs through investments in internal resources and reengineered processes to open more resources for more strategic communications and experimentation.

In this discussion we bring together staffers and managers across organizations to share our experiences and lessons learned on what has worked and what hasn’t, and offer simple steps to start extending your own capabilities and finding new and useful perspectives within your existing staff. In the end, we hope to offer insight into when and what you can grow in-house even while making any consultant or agency engagements you do undertake that much more effective.

Speakers
avatar for Rebecca Campany

Rebecca Campany

Marketing Director, Brookings Institution Press
Rebecca has made building an unclassifiable resume her career specialty. She has worked in newspapers, television, software, internet, and publishing. She has repeatedly crossed back and forth from non-profit to for-profit to NGOs. | She managed to work at both USA Today and FOX TV when they were startups. | She created the first website for the National Enquirer. | She created an online strategy for the US’s largest civil rights... Read More →
avatar for Hillary Hartley

Hillary Hartley

Executive Deputy Director, 18F
avatar for Jamie Perez

Jamie Perez

Partner & Creative Director, Threespot
In 11 years (and counting) with Threespot, Jamie has worked with a host of organizations big and small, helping them to reach their goals and advance their mission by finding, reaching, and inspiring audiences online and off. He lives and believes in Baltimore.
avatar for Alison Quindlen

Alison Quindlen

Manager, Digital, Communications, The Pew Charitable Trusts
Alison spent 10 years in Account Direction and Project Management with interactive agencies in the Washington, DC area before moving in-house at The Pew Charitable Trusts as a Digital Manager on Pew's Communications team. She oversaw the migration of four divisional websites into one shiny new pewtrusts.org, brought 22 external microsites into the fold, and managed the development of a new digital platform for Pew’s flagship publication... Read More →


Thursday March 5, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm
MR 9A