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KemperLesnik Promotes Megan Godfrey to Group Director

by | Apr 2, 2018

KemperLesnik, a Chicago-based public relations, events, sports marketing and content marketing agency, has named Megan Godfrey group account director of public relations.

Megan joined KemperLesnik in 2011 as an account executive, and has since taken on leadership of multiple clients and PR programs. Megan’s work includes event PR for the Maui Jim Maui Invitational and multiple golf tournaments including the BMW Championship, UL International Crown, KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship.

In addition to events, Megan has become known as one of the most talented and knowledgeable PR professionals in golf, as she has effectively led a team that represented fantastic luxury destinations, such as Big Cedar Lodge, Harbor Shores, Mossy Oak, Primland, Sea Island, Silvies Valley Ranch and Streamsong.

“Megan is an incredibly talented public relations professional and agency leader” said Amy Littleton, executive vice president, co-managing director of KemperLesnik. “She is squarely focused on delivering results that beat our clients’ expectations time and again, and she always does it with a smile. We look forward to Megan’s continued growth and incredible accomplishments at KemperLesnik.”

Prior to joining KemperLesnik, Megan held PR and marketing positions with Moji, an athletic start-up, and CDW.

In her new role, Megan will report directly to executive vice president, Amy Littleton, and continue managing her multitude of clients in the events and golf space.

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