Manager

Camille has more than ten years of experience in communications, television and media, including writing and behind-the-scenes roles at multiple major TV networks in the Boston area. She applies her communications and organizational leadership skills to her role at Farland Group where she works on clients IBM, JDA, Huawei and MITRE.

For fun:
Camille is an enthusiastic long-distance runner who enjoys spending time with her family and traveling to New York.

Education:
Camille has a BA in broadcast journalism from Hofstra University and is a certified legal video specialist.

What are You Working on at this Time of Year?

As 2018 comes to a close and we look forward to the new year, I find myself reflecting on some of our priority areas at Farland Group — both for the boards we work on as well as my own day-to-day work. While we concentrate on these areas throughout the year, we need to maintain the momentum we began on January 2. Below are a few things that are imperative as we soon start the New Year.

Good or Bad Feedback, Customer Advisory Boards are Essential

During a recent council meeting, both our client, and their customers in attendance, acknowledged that it’s difficult to hear the negative advice, and much credit was given to our client for listening to the more challenging feedback. Both parties appreciated the openness of this type of forum, and agreed that if the candid advice turns into actions and outcomes, it’s a win for all participants.

Time to Slow Down…

I recently wrote an article on how the millennial generation (my generation) devours new technologies and is focused on getting tasks accomplished in a fast, agile way.

To Dial, Or Not To Dial…That Is The Question!

We live in an era where technology is full-steam ahead and constantly changing. We hear this from our clients throughout our work at Farland Group — that companies are in a game of cat-and-mouse to keep up with one another. Technology is the reason it’s so easy to open my email first thing in the morning and send that quick note to the assistant I’ve been chasing for two weeks.