MorganMyers Promotes Wiebelhaus and Bogdanovich, Adds Digital Developer
MorganMyers is a strategic communications firm that builds, protects and promotes great brands that help feed the world.
Waukesha, Wis. (August 29, 2016) – MorganMyers is pleased to announce the promotions of Amber Wiebelhaus and Becca Bogdanovich, and the addition of digital developer and graphic designer Katie Wozniak.
Wiebelhaus was promoted from associate to senior associate for her efforts with Illinois Farm Families (IFF), Illinois Pork Producers Association, American Farm Bureau Federation, American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture and Illinois Soybean Association (ISA). This is her second promotion at the agency after joining in 2013. Her insight into data-driven decision-making has been key in IFF’s and MorganMyers’ increases in social media effectiveness. Wiebelhaus has been integral in developing user web experiences that spark conversation between farmers and consumers. Her leadership abilities have brought continued collaboration to projects, both internally and with IFF coalition members, and will help her as she guides project teams and communication efforts.
“I am grateful to be part of such a talented team that supports the growth of each individual,” says Wiebelhaus. “I truly appreciate the recognition and will continue to take on challenges with ambition and innovation. I look forward to continuing this adventure that I’m lucky enough to call my career.”
Bogdanovich was promoted from graphic designer to art director. Since joining MorganMyers in 2013, she has worked on almost every client account. She was integral in the development of visual communication pieces for Merck Animal Health, IFF and ISA. Bogdanovich was a key influencer in the major redesign of MorganMyers’ website. Her strategic approach brought a contemporary communication style to the site, while increasing usability. She was critical in evaluating and developing a visual language to better target current and prospective clients. Bogdanovich’s storytelling abilities will help her in her role as art director as she continues to push the creative department.
“I’m thankful for the creative challenges and opportunities I have been given so far,” says Bogdanovich. “I’m excited for this new phase in my career and I look forward to adding more value to projects through the creative department.”
Wozniak joined the MorganMyers team in 2016 as a part-time digital developer and graphic designer following seven months of temporary work for the firm. Wozniak has worked on almost every client account, but her most notable projects have included major updates to the MorganMyers website and the IFF website. She also contributed to this year’s MorganMyers National Ag Day “Food IQ Quiz.”
“I’m excited to continue my work at MorganMyers,” says Wozniak. “There is a growing demand for digital solutions in our industry and I love having the opportunity to apply my creative thinking to our clients’ digital needs.”
MorganMyers is a strategic communications firm that builds, protects and promotes great brands that help feed the world. Our experience with farmers, food companies, food and nutrition thought leaders, popular brands and consumers gives us a unique 360-degree perspective to solve communications challenges and build trust with consumers. MorganMyers has offices in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and Waterloo, Iowa. For more information, visit www.morganmyers.com.