Madeline J. Rauma

Communications Counselor

Madeline Rauma

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A wordsmith with social media and marketing smarts, Madeline helps create written content, plan media buys and develop communications plans for an array of clients.

Madeline joined the firm as an intern after graduating from the University of Minnesota, Morris, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communication, media and rhetoric. She now serves as a communications counselor.

Madeline’s previous experience includes working as a marketing intern at Medtronic, a social media fellow the University of Minnesota, Morris, and a social media ambassador for the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. From these experiences she brings diverse knowledge of marketing communications, copywriting and the changing social media landscape.

Madeline lives in Cannon Falls with her boyfriend, Kylan. Outside of the office, Madeline enjoys spending time with loved ones at her cabin in northern Wisconsin, canoeing, running, hiking, cooking and giving vintage pieces new life! She also serves as a board member for the Northfield Area Chamber of Commerce.

Favorite restaurant recommendation: Thirsty Pagan Brewing in Superior, Wisconsin – live music, handcrafted pizza and beer. What could be better?

Favorite road trip destination: Glacier National Park, where I spent a week camping and hiking in the mountains of Montana. It is worth the drive and highly recommended!

Favorite aspect of my job: I love being able to strategize and work on projects for a variety of clients from different industries. No two days are ever the same!

See What Our Values Mean to Madeline+


Working with integrity means maintaining character by holding yourself accountable to your word, doing the right thing and not taking shortcuts. It is important to put in an honest, sincere effort – no matter the project – and to treat everyone with respect.


Excellence is at the root of success. It means producing work that meets the highest standard, paying attention to detail, committing yourself, having discipline and always striving to do better.


Success is not an end result; success is a process – if you work together, use available resources effectively, and have dedication, success will come naturally.