Hannah Cheney

Why PR?

“I love the consistent movement and energy of public relations. No day is the same, and the work always keeps you on your toes! I enjoy working in a client service industry because I strive to create lasting relationships with people.”


Fun Fact

Hannah is an avid runner and professional football fan. She makes the trip up to Green Bay, Wisconsin to support the Packers whenever possible!

Hannah Cheney

Account Executive

Hannah works on multiple account teams with a variety of strategic public relations initiatives. Hannah creates enticing social media content, writes press materials, connects with local and national media, monitors industry news and leads large-scale influencer programs.

Job Highlights

  • Creating social media content that produces consumer engagement for Boise Paper and Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation.
  • Generating media placements for Electrolux Small Appliances, Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation and Snow Joe through proactive media outreach and networking.
  • Leading various influencer campaigns on multiple levels that foster original, creative content to promote brand presence and consumer engagement for Boise Paper, Electrolux Small Appliances and Beyond Paint.

Before LCWA

Hannah joined the LCWA team after completing our internship program. Before LCWA, Hannah worked in several industries including finance, the non-profit sector and public relations. She interned in her native Minneapolis at RBC Wealth Management and Loaves & Fishes MN during summer breaks. During her senior year of college, she interned at a public relations agency in Kansas City where she worked with clients such as Dairy Queen, Quiznos and Cargill.

Involvement

Hannah has worked extensively with the Girl Scouts of America as well as volunteered at Loaves & Fishes MN.

Education

Hannah grew up in Minnetonka, Minnesota and then attended the University of Kansas where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism-strategic communications and a minor in history. While in school, she was a member of the University of Kansas PRSSA chapter and the Zeta Epsilon chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority.