what we're all about

Just as important as a corner post is to building a fence that will last years of weathering and tension, so is the marketing and communications program of any business. These posts, placed deeper into the ground than any other post in the fence, will provide the best support through proper planning, design and installation. It has been said that a proper corner post should be placed as deep in the ground as is equal to, or greater than, the height of the top wire. If you want to keep growing that top wire…you’ve got to dig a little deeper.

At CornerPost Marketing Communications, that is what we do. We ensure you have the strongest marketing, communications and public relations program to grow, even through the challenges and changes that your business may experience.
Afton Holt
AFTON HOLT
president & creative director
Afton is originally from the rural roads of southern Hamilton County, Iowa, over the bridge, and through the woods (literally and figuratively). Growing up surrounded by farming, livestock and the agriculture industry, there was never a doubt she wanted agriculture to play a part in her future. While at Iowa State University, studying Agriculture Communications, Afton realized that she could combine her leadership, communication and creativity skills with her industry passions to make a positive impact.
Chelsey Westerman
CHELSEY WESTERMAN
lead web/graphic designer
Chelsey grew up on a farm in the middle of nowhere, between Pocahontas and Rolfe, Iowa. After high school, she moved to Omaha, where she attended college and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design. After five years, she had enough of the big city and was more than ready to move back to small town life, where she found CornerPost!
Leah Daniels
LEAH DANIELS
lead content manager
As Lead Content Manager, Leah brings her many years of agricultural marketing communications and media relations experience to CP, assisting clients with content development for publications, websites, news media and more. Now hailing from Winterset, Iowa, Leah was born in Fort Dodge and grew up in nearby Duncombe, where she spent many an early summer morning walking beans and detasseling corn.
Brooke Handy
BROOKE HANDY
account manager
Brooke was raised in Southeast Iowa where she spent her childhood in the buddy seat of a tractor or the old red farm truck. When she started 4-H, her parents bought a Simmental heifer named Violet for her to show. Over time, she and her two younger sisters have added to the herd and that one heifer turned into about 40 head of purebred Simmentals. She graduated from Iowa State University in 2015 with a degree in Agricultural Communications and has continued to work in the industry she loves.
Allison Hulshof
ALLISON HULSHOF
account specialist & project manager
Growing up in the middle of Northern Iowa Dutch country, Allison's childhood was saturated in the beauty of local agriculture with the combination of her family farm and her small town community. In 2017, Allison moved to Fort Dodge with her Bachelor's of English in hand, where she began working for a nearby non-profit as Director of Marketing and Communications. Now, Allison is ready to begin with CornerPost where she is excited for her agricultural roots and growing skills to blend together.
Megan Andersen
MEGAN MCDONALD
digital marketing specialist
Growing up in Northeast Iowa on a grain farm Megan has always been involved in agriculture. After her childhood years of de-roguing seed corn fields and 4-H she graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Agricultural Business and Marketing. With a recent move back to central Iowa Megan is ready to put her marketing skills to use at CornerPost, in the industry she loves the most.
Paige Hepp
PAIGE HEPP
office manager & project coordinator
Paige grew up with the best of both worlds by living on a century farm in the middle of a small town near the Omaha metro area. After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with an Agricultural Communications minor at Northwest Missouri State University, she moved back home and became involved in a few large commodity groups. She now calls North Central Iowa home where she and her husband farm. She is thrilled to be working in the agricultural industry and hopes to continue an active role in agricultural leadership groups at the local and state level.
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