MorganMyers Adds Summer Intern
Lee is studying agricultural communications and graphic design at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Waukesha, Wis. (May 19, 2016) – Jeromy Lee joins MorganMyers as the summer 2016 communications intern at the firm’s Waukesha office.
Lee is studying agricultural communications and graphic design at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma. At MorganMyers, he’ll work on client accounts that include the Illinois Soybean Association, Illinois Farm Families and American Farm Bureau Federation. Additionally, he will be working on internal projects that demonstrate the agency’s culture and passion for food and agriculture.
The Canby, Oregon, native grew up showing cattle and reining horses. Lee is interested in combining digital experiences with communications to strengthen brand enthusiasm and loyalty. In a previous marketing internship, Lee developed sales leads, identified market trends and developed content for brand self-promotion – all skills that will be put to use serving MorganMyers’ clients.
“Our goal is to give interns a full experience by embedding them on the front lines, working directly with clients,” said Tim Oliver, MorganMyers president. “Jeromy will walk away from this summer with experiences to help him move forward in his career.”
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.
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