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On the IABC St. Louis Blog
Meet new IABC member, Greta Walton, Global Vegetable Communications Manager at Monsanto Company. She’s excited to learn, lunch and make some rich, meaningful human connections with IABC St. Louis.read more
Join us Thursday, Feb. 23 for a case study in effective branding. Forest Park Forever Strategic Communications Director Stephen Schenkenberg will discuss how his team dramatically changed this nonprofit’s image from a grass-roots fundraiser into a robust conservancy with an expanding role – as a steward of a national treasure.read more