Morgan&Myers Expands with Staff Additions

Morgan&Myers (www.morganmyers.com), a full-service agricultural communications agency, announces the addition of two employees in the Waukesha, Wis., office.

Sarah Rasmussen joined Morgan&Myers as an associate providing public relations and consumer media support for the firm’s agricultural and consumer trust accounts. Rasmussen previously worked in the television news industry, most recently at WJFW-TV in Rhinelander, Wis. as acting news director and anchor for the evening newscasts.

Trista Gropp joined Morgan&Myers as an associate serving the Illinois Agricultural Association account. She is a 2011 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls (UW-RF), where she received a degree in marketing communications with a minor in animal science. She was part of the Morgan&Myers 2011 summer internship program.

"We’re especially excited about the energy and expertise our two new hires bring to the Morgan&Myers team," says Tim Oliver, Morgan&Myers president. "Bringing on board great people with excellent skills means our clients, our employees and our firm all benefit."

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