Montage is expanding its strategic communications capabilities with the addition of Beth Bingham as Vice President, Marketing Communications. Bingham is one of several recent appointments for the DC-area based agency.
An experienced executive with demonstrated history in multi-sector leadership, Bingham will serve as a key figure across Montage’s client relationships. She has previously led communications, public and media relations, and brand marketing for two national nonprofits; overseen the implementation of more than $18 billion in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) projects for the state of Michigan; and strategized and coordinated with the White House and the Office of the Vice President (Biden) to execute events highlighting ARRA-funded projects.
In this newly established role, Bingham will build on Montage’s commitment to work that leaves a positive impact on communities. Bingham has a long history of leadership, partnership, and relationship building with social justice organizations. Her most recent position as an Associate Pastor for St. John’s Episcopal Church in Royal Oak, Michigan focused largely on adult educational programming incorporating progressive theological perspectives to address racism, civil rights, LGBTQ+ inclusion, and other related topics.
In addition to leading the development of meaningful, creative, and innovative communication products for Montage’s clients, Bingham will also steer the evolution and direction of the Montage brand. Having successfully navigated the COVID-19 pandemic with an expanded array of outreach, engagement, events, and communications capabilities, Montage is poised to further articulate its position as an integrated, full-service agency. Bingham will play a critical role in shaping that narrative across Montage’s platforms and new business pursuits.
“We could not have envisioned a better candidate for the VP, MarComm role,” said Teresa Pipia, Montage’s Chief Operations Officer. “Beth is a strategic thinker, a storyteller, and a coalition builder. She is uncompromising when it comes to crafting solutions that deliver results and drive positive change for clients and communities, and she brings out the best in people. We look forward to entering our next phase of growth with Beth by our side.”
With more than 30 years of experience, Bingham decided she was ready for her “forever” job – a role that would fully employ and expand her talents and experience while also fulfilling her steadfastness for achieving justice and equity. Montage was the perfect fit.
“Montage demonstrates that it is possible in business to do well and do good,” said Bingham. “I’m thrilled to be part of that, and I look forward to helping Montage continue its upward trajectory alongside this creative, caring, and passionate team of marketing professionals.”
Bingham’s appointment comes as part of a strategic expansion of Montage’s marketing communications, community outreach, and analytics capabilities. The agency has also recently promoted Tochi Vossah as Director of Analytics and Liz Hurtado as Community Engagement Manager supporting National Institutes of Health and Pyxis Partners.