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.
Deputy City Manager Molly Mehner compares her job at the City of Cape Girardeau to a conductor and their orchestra. In her position, Mehner oversees five different city departments/divisions including Development Services, Public Works, Human […]
Fleet Specialist Debbie Hillis has seen many changes over the last 39 years – everything from job-related tasks to changes in personnel. “Sometimes, they are good changes; sometimes they are bad,” said Hillis. “You see […]
Housing Assistance Coordinator Steve Williams has dedicated 32 years to helping the citizens of Cape Girardeau – a role he finds rewarding. “Being able to help someone and to go into neighborhoods and deal with […]