Hirons names new account director

Agency welcomes Rachel Moehle to its communications management department


Hirons, an advertising, public relations and digital agency, has hired Rachel Moehle as account director.

Moehle comes to Hirons with almost a decade of marketing experience, leading several initiatives for local nonprofits including Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana. Most recently, she held the position of marketing director at Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, where her strategic guidance significantly boosted brand visibility and engagement using digital and content marketing strategies.

“Rachel possesses a wonderful array of nonprofit experiences with rich depth across all disciplines of marketing, including paid, owned, earned and shared,” said Jay Schemanske, senior vice president of strategic communications and account services.

“Rachel has a proven record of innovative and resourceful thinking that will benefit both clients and coworkers alike.”

Moehle oversees multiple client accounts as account director and serves as a leader in Hirons’ communications management department.

Moehle earned a bachelor’s degree in communications studies and a certificate in event management from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her twin daughters, cycling along the Monon Trail, and frequenting local restaurants and coffee shops around Indianapolis.


About Hirons

Hirons, an award-winning advertising, public relations and digital communications firm based in Indianapolis, has been concepting, designing and distributing some of the state’s most widely recognized advertising campaigns since 1978. An established provider of bold and innovative communications solutions, Hirons’ research-based approach starts by first establishing the problem at hand and then tailoring our services to best fit our clients’ needs. With clients in both the commercial and government sectors, Hirons is leading efforts to spread both digital and traditional messages across the state of Indiana and beyond.