Neuger Communications Group, a full-service strategic communications firm specializing in marketing communications and public relations, announces the promotions of Rachel Enerson and Madeline Rauma to communications counselors.
Enerson has been a Neuger Communications Group team member since 2015, when she began as a communications associate after graduating from the University of Wisconsin — Eau Claire with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication, public relations and multimedia communication.
Rauma joined Neuger Communications Group as an intern in 2016 and was quickly hired on as a full-time communications associate. She graduated from the University of Minnesota — Morris, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communication, media and rhetoric.
Enerson and Rauma support many of the firm’s clients in areas including social media, media relations and advertising. In their new roles both will take on additional client service and project management responsibilities.
President and CEO David Neuger said, “We are very pleased to be in a position to promote these two professionals. Their excellent work has been an asset for the firm and our clients. They are certainly two of our rising stars, and I am personally proud to call them professional colleagues.”
Neuger Communications Group is a full-service, strategic communications firm, specializing in marketing and public relations. With offices in Northfield and Minneapolis, it serves clients in a wide array of industries, providing strategic communications solutions tailored to each client’s unique needs. Employing a complete range of tools and techniques, Neuger Communications Group is focused on integrating communications for all aspects of a client’s business. The company delivers extraordinary value through high-quality, results-oriented solutions that blend main street values with innovative and traditional methods to generate results for its clients – from brochures to websites; from traditional media relations to social media; from advertising to crisis communications.