CAFNR Marketing and Communications

What we do

As our highest priority, we build brand awareness and promote the reputation of the College through consistent messaging on websites such as, through marketing publications such as the CAFNR Viewbook and through news online and Inside CAFNR (the College’s monthly internal newsletter), social media, and through regional and national/international media relations.

We provide marketing, editorial, Web, social media and consulting services for the College. Based on professional communications research, we uphold a consistent brand identity using CAFNR’s style, outlined on

Client services

Our staff

Michelle Enger

Director, Strategic Communications

Michelle is the team leader, overseeing the CAFNR brand in all communication forms and with all audiences, internal and external. As head of the CAFNR Communications staff, she manages budgets, staff, projects and training. She supervises the creation and integration of all marketing communication products, including advertising, brochures, news, web content and design, social media and much more.

Reagan Brown

CAFNR Marketing Communications Coordinator

Reagan is the project manager, graphic designer and editor for a variety of communications initiatives.

Genevieve Howard

Web & Social Media Strategist

Genevieve develops web content strategy and manages College websites. She works directly with faculty and staff to enhance effective digital communications, social media opportunities and web needs. She facilitates and enriches the College’s social media presence and creates event promotion campaigns for the College. In addition, Genevieve offers training sessions and monitors trends on comparative College websites.

Logan Jackson

CAFNR News Strategist

Logan tells the stories of our outstanding students, highlighting the CAFNR Experience as well as the RISE Initiative. He promotes our 14 degree programs and showcases how CAFNR prepares its students for the workforce.

Kate Preston

Research News Strategist

Kate writes stories with a focus on researchers and the statewide agricultural research center network.