Hello! I wonder if some other professionals could help me with some challenges that I am facing. Some of the examples are a little vague but this is because I work for a high profile client. I work as their only in-house designer. I am also the first designer that they have employed (previously used agencies) but I am facing some serious challenges in what exactly I should be doing, other than designing the campaign materials. I feel perfectly competent in my design skills, to talk to my in-house clients and figure out their key message, to deliver and problem solve visually, create briefs and timelines etc. This work has also received praise so feel that I am fulfilling this part of my role. However much more is expected from me, for instance I often attend meetings in which I'm expected to contribute not to the design, but how we campaign, what our affiliate groups should be doing nationally and events etc not directly related to design. In regards to this part of the role, I am out of my depth. I'm not sure if it's a poor cultural fit, perhaps I'm not that conceptual or, they are not utilizing their designer properly. I have suggested 'leave behinds' that employees can take or leaflets targeting specific groups or how to sub-brand but this resulted in bored colleagues "we want more from you than nice graphics" "it's about more than colour" but I have no idea what else to suggest, if it's not design related. Are there any other sole in-house designers anywhere that can advise me on their job roles and what I should 'realistically' be expected to do? In my previous roles (3 years experience) this was all I did and I had an audience regarding typography and design. The role may not be for me but I would appreciate feedback before I move on to another employer. Thanks in advance.