City of Cape Girardeau Public Information Manager Nicolette Brennan works with government, public safety and social-service agencies to establish or refine their whole community and multi-channel communication systems. She is the former president of the Cape Girardeau American Advertising Federation, and is a founding member of both the Southeast Missouri Information Officers Association and Substance Use Prevention Education and Resources coalition of Cape Girardeau County. Brennan is also currently a candidate for the State of Missouri Seismic Commission. In addition, Brennan was selected as one of the first 24, three-week FEMA Master Public Information Officer course attendees, completing this prestigious designation in 2017. With degrees in mass media and information technology, and diverse work and civic experience, Brennan is as eager to learn from others as she is to share her own professional skills and knowledge.
In 42 years on the job serving Cape Girardeau at Public Works, Heavy Equipment Operator Jerry Pledger has probably done it all at least twice. Maybe more. “Mowing right-of-ways, fixing potholes…everything,” said Pledger when asked […]
“Taking my Dad up on that dare to compete in that first triathlon changed my life, since then I have traveled the world competing in triathlons as well as having the opportunity to share my […]
Scott Meyer’s goal is to make Cape Girardeau the best city it can possibly be. A 26-year-long career as a professional engineer led Meyer to his current position as city manager, having served in the […]