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In his role as Director of Marketing, Brian Santa Barbara leads the firm’s creative and marketing strategies. He works closely with the firm’s leadership, attorneys, legal professionals, staff, and external resources as he manages and implements all projects and processes that support these strategies for the firm and it’s multiple practice groups while managing all day to day efforts of the firm’s marketing department. Brian oversees the implementation of all marketing and branding for the firm and designs and oversees the firm’s overall marketing presence.
Previously, Brian worked for more than 25 years in professional services at accounting, business, financial, and law firms as a marketing and business development executive and his experience spans all aspects of marketing including marketing management, business development, and strategic planning including brand, content, and technology management.
Old Dominion University M.B.A. (1992)
Christopher Newport University B.A. (1989) Economics
National Web Marketing Association’s “Legal Website Standard of Excellence” WebAward (2016)
Chambers & Partners’ “Best Mentoring Programme” Award (2012)
Legal Marketing Association’s “LMA Best in Social Media” Award (2010)
Kate’s Club, Board of Directors, Former Member (2011-2015)
United States Peace Corps, Czech Republic, Business Development Volunteer (1993-1996)
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