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Distinguished Alumni 2021

2021 ASEC Distinguished Alumnus

Photo of Megan KuhnMegan Kuhn

B.S., Agricultural Communication, 1999
Communications Specialist/Assistant to the Dean
Purdue University College of Agriculture

Megan Kuhn is the Communications Specialist for the Dean of Purdue University's College of Agriculture. With more than 20 years of experience working in agricultural communication, Kuhn has spent the majority of her career helping tell the stories of farmers from the fields of Indiana to the cranberry bogs of Massachusetts.

In 2007, she joined the Indiana Soybean Alliance as communications director before moving into the role of senior director of marketing and communications and leading the organization's communications, education, and public affairs efforts. In 2018, she took the role of digital and social media communications lead for Elanco, a global animal health company. In her role with Elanco, she worked with customers to understand the social media listening landscape, as well as guide their social media strategies. As lead of the company's global corporate digital communications, she also managed the company's online presence and worked with affiliates across the globe on their digital strategies.

After growing up on a farm in Shelbyville, Indiana, Kuhn attended Purdue University and earn a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Communication in 1999. She and her husband now live outside of West Lafayette, Indiana.

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