jessa lemke

Research Associate

Jessa Lemke joined Economic Stewardship in Fall, 2007.  She provides research assistance for projects involving market analysis and strategic planning for clients ranging from feasibility assessments of museum expansion programs to heritage area management plans and fiscal/economic impact analyses.  Ms. Lemke’s current clients and projects include:

Before joining Economic Stewardship, Ms. Lemke worked for the University Foundation (Wisconsin) as a student fundraiser for five years, gaining exposure to both capital campaign management and annual fundraising.  She received valuable experience interacting with prominent business leaders and building support networks; she earned an achievement award for raising more money than any other student fundraiser in the Foundation’s history. 

Ms. Lemke also served as the Marketing Assistant for the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh.  She developed marketing strategies and advertising campaigns to burnish the Club’s image and establish its brand identity.  Ms. Lemke wrote copy for Club fundraising materials and other collateral.  She also handled public relations and publicity for the Club.  Among other accomplishments, she created (and authored) a bi-weekly column promoting Club activities for The Oshkosh Northwestern, the area’s leading print news source. 

A graduate of the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh, Ms. Lemke earned degrees in Journalism (Advertising/Public Relations) with a visual focus and Spanish, minoring in Studio Art. 

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