InkHouse just named Jason Morris as agency president. In this role, he will be focused on agency-wide operations, notably client retention, agency culture, team allocations and growth strategies, and will continue operating out of InkHouse’s San Francisco office.
Alison Morra has also been named general manager of the Boston headquarters and executive vice president. She’ll oversee operations and client service for the Boston office, and will also work closely with Jason overseeing agency operations, including HR. She will also be heading up internal communications for all of InkHouse.
These new roles are reflective of InkHouse’s growth, which includes its San Francisco office and newest office in New York, which now has eleven employees and is led by Nicole Bestard.
Tina Cassidy will also continue in her role across the agency as chief content officer and executive vice president, where she oversees the firm’s GoodInk practice and digital practice
“We’re evolving the agency senior management team to better support our current phase of growth, and our future amazing potential,” said Inkhouse’s Beth Managhan, in a blog post. “This shift is an important catalyst for cross-office collaboration and executive management. Having Jason dive deeply into his new role will help all of our offices grow more efficiently while we ensure a unified view of the agency overall.”
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