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McCaugherty Selected for Interactive Digital Media Manager

Dylan McCaugherty has stepped into the role of Interactive Digital Media Manager for the Communications Division at Nebraska Game and Parks. His duties will include conducting research, developing strategies and providing leadership for digital and interactive media communications. McCaugherty will serve as the key driver of all initiatives for the web, social media and digital editions. McCaugherty will lead the implementation of online marketing communications projects.  His role is to develop innovative interactive solutions and strategies. He will be working with Communications/Marketing to create new versions and designs of digital communications products; including management of the agency web site, digital magazine, e-publications, blogs, social media, and video productions. McCaugherty is tasked with providing an improved user experience in all digital media platforms.

McCaugherty graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in Marketing. He has a background in communication strategy, website development, social media marketing, and email campaigns. “During my time at the UNL, I worked for two digital marketing agencies, Turbine Interactive and Firestone Consulting Group, as a project manager.  After spending six months in Las Vegas working for Caesars Entertainment as a Marketing Specialist, I am happy to be back in Lincoln, NE.  I have a lot of passion for our state parks and I look forward to sharing that with everyone.” he added.

“In my spare time I enjoy a hodgepodge of activities. You’ll find me doing anything from playing with Photoshop at the Coffee House to hiking and biking at Mahoney State Park,” he said.

“Thought I would share this picture of me stacking and climbing milk crates at a campus recreation center competition.  (I tied for 1st place).”

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