Welcome to another post from our “Meet the FindLaw Team” series. “Meet the FindLaw Team” provides insight into the day-to-day lives of our colleagues. Today we feature FindLaw Senior Project Manager Carrie Bredow. Get to know Carrie by reading about her experiences at FindLaw below.

What is your current title?
I am a Senior Project Manager.

When did you join the FindLaw team and how did you get here?
I began working at FindLaw in May, 2010. Prior to that, I was a project manager at a few companies — all with very different methods of project management. My past experience was incredibly important to my success in getting a job at FindLaw.

What interests you most about lawyer marketing or your functional area?
FindLaw is such a dynamic organization, which makes it a fun and challenging place to work. No two days are ever the same, as we continue to roll out new products and processes. It is energizing to be part of an ever-growing company that not only values the opinions of its employees, but encourages innovative ideas.

What activities does your work day typically involve?
In Customer Operations, we build websites, blogs, video and directory products for law firms. On any given day, I could be conducting a client conference call, working cross-functionally on a new process, mentoring project managers, or training new employees. I am also a member of the International Team, handling website projects in the United Kingdom and Canada.

Website projects include a team of designers, writers, search engine marketers and developers. As the project manager, I am the main point of contact for the client, so I am available any time my clients have questions or need guidance through the website development process. Additionally, I collaborate with my internal team to meet client needs and goals.

What are your interests outside of FindLaw?
I am not content with my day unless I’ve completed a seven mile run or a strength training workout, so exercising is high on my priority list. Music is a big part of my life as well and I enjoy going to concerts. Spending time with friends or family is what really matters the most to me.

Compiled by Tanya Roth, FindLaw Audience Team

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