Director of Account Services
Tar Heel native (that’s North Carolina born and raised, to the uninitiated), Bree Ryan is the Director of Account Services at VisionPoint. As Director of Account Services, Bree manages our team of Account Managers and also serves as Account Manager herself for a few of our most complex projects. Bree’s inherent enthusiasm is eclipsed only by her keen dedication to representing the voice of her clients to all the teams she works with at VisionPoint. Bree is a point person for executing integrated marketing campaigns, enhancing every project she works on with her exceptional project management skills, collaborative communications style, and strategic intuition.
As the client’s primary point of contact and strongest advocate, Bree collaborates with all our resources and functional teams to accelerate every project forward, always keeping budget and client goals top of mind.
Before joining VisionPoint, Bree honed her project management skills as a manager of global retails brands, spearheading omni-channel retail, marketing and operations projects for multi-million dollar enterprises. From sales through customer experience, digital/experiential marketing to data analytics, expansion projects to training, Bree has done it all — and developed a well-deserved reputation as a client-driven leader in the process.
“I always aim to proactively navigate issues before they arise,” says Bree, “keeping our clients’ stated — and unstated — needs as a top priority.” She manages to to do it with an easy-going personality that makes her a pleasure to work with for both clients and the VisionPoint team.
When she’s not driving our projects to success, Bree is an avid farm-to-table advocate. During her time in New York City, she maintained a tiny fire escape garden and was a member of a local community garden. Back home in NC, Bree takes inspiration from a grandfather who gardens and keeps chickens and a grandmother who’s been canning for as long as she can remember. Not surprisingly, Bree has kept chickens as pets, though at the moment, cat Scribbles rules the roost at home.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
– Maya Angelou