Waukesha, Wis. – MorganMyers, an integrated communications firm that specializes in farm-to-food communications, announces the addition of three employees in the Waukesha office and one employee in Waterloo, Iowa.
Allison Dukes joins MorganMyers as an associate supporting animal health clients, as well as assisting in content management for MorganMyers digital assets. As a 2013 University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) graduate with degrees in journalism and political science, Dukes refined her communications skills by working for UW PR firm Bucky PR and the UW chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA). She also gained experience in public affairs by working for the 2012 presidential and congressional elections. She was part of the MorganMyers summer internship program.
Dave Robinson joins MorganMyers as a senior art director, bringing his award-winning 15 years of experience to the creative team. Robinson built his expertise working in the corporate marketing departments of international Fortune 500 companies, most recently BMO Harris Bank and Fiserv, and gained unique small agency experience while working at an experiential trade show marketing firm. His convergence of technical and artistic abilities fits well with the MorganMyers creative team, expanding their already strong capabilities in the areas of new product brand development, multimedia and alternative delivery vectors. His freelance work over the years has especially prepared him to work on complex, intricate marketing challenges.
Amber Wiebelhaus joins MorganMyers as an account coordinator. Wiebelhaus supports several clients through event assistance, social media and website management, copywriting and editing, and general project administration. Wiebelhaus comes with a wealth of knowledge in event planning, marketing and communications. She previously worked as a director of marketing and special events for a nonprofit in Fond du Lac, Wis., and the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce Public Relations and Communications Department while earning a communications degree at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
Joy Wessels joins MorganMyers as an associate providing media monitoring and analysis for the firm, as well as blog management and copywriting for multiple clients. An Iowa native, Wessels is a 2013 graduate of Iowa State University (ISU), where she received a degree in journalism and mass communication with a minor in business. Her strong communications background includes marketing internships with a Cedar Falls, Iowa, advertising agency and with the marketing department of an ISU organization. She also strengthened her communications skills writing for the Iowa State Daily and serving as a Greenlee School of Journalism and Mass Communication ambassador. She was part of the MorganMyers 2013 summer internship program in Waterloo.
MorganMyers is an award-winning communications firm with special expertise and relationships in the farm-to-food chain. We focus on building brands, relationships and reputations throughout the food supply chain by generating fresh ideas and creating experiences that shape opinions and move brands forward. Our experience with farmers, food companies, food and nutrition thought leaders, popular brands and consumers gives us a unique 360-degree perspective and the experience to solve communications challenges and build trust with consumers. MorganMyers has offices in Waukesha, Wis., and Waterloo, Iowa. For more information, please visit http://www.morganmyers.com.