MorganMyers Welcomes Summer Intern
MorganMyers, a strategic communications firm, welcomes Evan Powell as a summer intern at its Waukesha office.
Waukesha, Wis. (May 19, 2015) – MorganMyers, a strategic communications firm, welcomes Evan Powell as a summer intern at its Waukesha office.
Powell recently completed his junior year studying public relations and marketing at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. Before heading into his senior year, he’s joining the MorganMyers team to work on client accounts that will include Illinois Soybean Association and Illinois Farm Families. He also will be assisting with internal projects that further strengthen MorganMyers’ unique 360-degree perspective in helping clients share their stories.
“We work to give our interns real-world insights and experiences critical to being successful in the communications industry, and Evan’s summer will be nothing short of that,” said Tim Oliver, MorganMyers president. “Evan will make a great addition to the MorganMyers team.”
The Gerlaw, Illinois, native already has a feel for what’s ahead. In a previous marketing internship, Powell wrote content for different platforms, handled event coordination and assisted with product research – all valuable skills that will be put to good use in serving MorganMyers’ clients.
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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