WNA announces staffing changes

Schelling

Hunter

Jordan Schelling, who has spent the last five years as a producer with USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin, has joined the Wisconsin Newspaper Association as its Membership & Programming Specialist. In addition to overseeing the annual Better Newspaper Contest, Schelling will assist with meeting and event planning, communications and member services. As a producer with USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin, Schelling produced Green Bay Packers and news content in print and online for the network’s websites, including JSOnline.com and PackersNews.com. Schelling also previously worked as an associate reporter for MLB Advanced Media.

Julia Hunter will become Director of Membership & Communications. In her new position, she will direct communications, training and fundraising efforts for the WNA and the WNA Foundation. She also will manage membership and education development for the association. Hunter, who joined the WNA in 2014 as Member Services Director, previously served as a watchdog reporter and news editor at the (Hopkinsville) Kentucky New Era, (Binghamton, N.Y.) Press & Sun-Bulletin and the Rockford (Ill.) Register Star.