Senior Account Director
Ask Rachel Vincent what she considers to be her top priority in her role as a VisionPoint Senior Account Director and she will say two things: (1) to build and cultivate strong relationships with her clients, and (2) to maintain strong bonds that turn into long-lasting partnerships. As one of the primary points of contact for VisionPoint’s clients, she is a consultative liaison that ensures her clients’ projects are running smoothly. She is as results-driven for her clients as she is for herself, and she helps ensure her clients’ budgets and timelines are always moving forward; always on track. Equipped with more than a decade of experience working for advertising agencies across multiple industries, she has led many successful full-service advertising campaigns throughout her career.
“I gained invaluable experiences that have helped me to have the confidence to have those uncomfortable (but sometimes necessary) conversations with a client and the courage to speak up if something doesn’t quite make sense and we need to shift focus,” says Rachel.
Rachel’s roots in client project management run deep. Prior to joining VisionPoint, she was the lead on all of her previous employer’s accounts. She worked closely with the creative department to ensure deadlines were met and the messaging strategy spoke to the client’s needs. She also led all of the media strategy, planning, and buying for those clients with enthusiasm that created raving fans of her work. With more than 10 years of marketing experience under her belt, Rachel has worked in various industries including healthcare, education, sports, retail, tourism, nonprofit, B2B, and now education – all while using multi-channel strategies to yield the best results for her clients.
Rachel is a passionate and devoted person who loves being around other people. She continually strives to make a difference in other people’s lives with her nurturing personality. She always wants other people to feel valued and important. In Rachel’s words, “Self-love transcends into how one treats and cares for others.”
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