• In-House Roundtables Are Coming Your Way

    April 15, 2019

    • by IHAF Staff

    It’s that time of year again—time to embark on a six-city tour for our annual In-House Agency Roundtables. IHAF’s roundtable sessions are informal-yet-intimate discussion groups of 15 to 50 people, hosted by member companies throughout the US.

    This year, we’ll be talking about what it means (and …

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  • Meet a Member: Joan Yenawine of Combined Jewish Philanthropies

    December 10, 2018

    • by Davielle Pierrette, IHAF

    Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of meeting Joan Yenawine, Associate Creative Director with Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP). Reconnecting recently, Joan opened up about some exciting new changes involving her team and how they’re leveraging the IHAF community to advance even further.

    One …

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  • Quiet Drives, Creative Conversation & Kronos

    August 13, 2018

    When I was growing up, my father sometimes took me for evening drives through the small Vermont towns near our house. I loved those twilight hours, when the lights blinked on but curtains hadn’t yet been closed in the farmhouses we passed—I’d catch a glimpse inside and imagine the lives being lived …

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  • Roundtable Recap: What Bloomed?

    July 09, 2018

    • by Emily Foster, IHAF

    Spring. Every year, it brings new growth in the form of buds and blossoms outside and connectivity and conversation inside. You see, spring is the time of year when IHAF offers its Regional Roundtables—discussion groups held in various cities throughout the country where members discuss and debate …

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  • In-House Roundtables Around the Corner

    April 03, 2017

    • by IHAF Staff

    In a few short weeks, we begin our regional In-House Agency Roundtables—a series of informal yet intimate conversations hosted by IHAF members throughout the country, where we’ll discuss and debate various topics of interest to in-house agencies.

    This year’s roundtables are happening in eight …

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