Rachel A. Enerson

Communications Counselor

Rachel Enerson

Connect with Rachel

You can find Rachel in our Minneapolis office working on managing digital advertising and media relations efforts for a variety of clients. With her writing, editing and relationship management skills, Rachel contributes to the success of clients’ communications campaigns and tactics. She also plays an important part in planning the Common Good Breakfast Series. She joined the Neuger Communications Group team in September 2015.

With previous internships at a number of different businesses, including hospitals, nonprofits, tourism bureaus and marketing agencies, Rachel brings experience from a variety of industries. Most recently, she worked at a public relations and investor relations firm in Boston specializing in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, holding a bachelor’s degree in mass communication, public relations and multimedia communication.

When she’s not working hard at the Minneapolis office, Rachel enjoys spending time with her husband, Nicolas, and dog, Nordy, traveling, writing, cheering for the Minnesota Wild and drinking excessive amounts of coffee. She volunteers at Norway House Minnesota.

Rachel is a member of the Public Relations Society of America and the Minnesota PRSA chapter.

I cheer for: Hockey (Go Wild!), baseball (Go Twins!) and my alma mater (Go Blugolds!).

I’m on the hunt for: A restaurant or dessert shop that delivers ice cream during all times of the day (and night, ideally).

Favorite office tradition: Taking the Star Trib’s quiz at lunch and realizing how little I paid attention in history class.

See What Our Values Mean to Rachel+


I think integrity is about character. It’s about being sincere and helping others the way you would want to be helped, especially in times of dire need.


Excellence is the standard we hold ourselves to in every project, pitch, release, logo, design, website and email we create. Details and effective communication get us to where we want to be – on the right side of excellence.


I see everyone measure success differently. I believe success only comes when you understand how your client defines success, and map out the best way to get to that point.