Leander welcomes Sarah Wangler to lead and manage marketing efforts. In this part-time role, Sarah leads and manages all marketing, branding, print and digital materials and assets, website, and social media.
Sarah is an MBA-educated strategic thinker and results driven team player. She is excited by new challenges and building great relationships and enjoys helping businesses grow. She founded and owns Sweet Marketing Success, a Twin Cities food marketing consulting firm that helps companies committed to growth, creative solutions, and great products. Prior to that, she worked for Green Giant Fresh and the University of Minnesota. She mentors students from five schools and serves as President of the Institute of Packaging Professionals-MN Chapter.
Sarah loves spending time with her daughter, watching her daughter play soccer, basketball, floor hockey and tennis; listening to school orchestra concerts; spending time with friends and family; food, music, traveling, beaches, sunsets, walking, biking, nature, riding horse, baking, scrapbooking, photography and singing.
To listen to each person’s story, appreciate their journey and help them grow their business.
Institute of Packaging Professionals-MN Chapter
Produce Marketing Association
Certified Digital Marketing Professional (CDMP), University of St. Thomas
MBA in Marketing, University of St. Thomas
BA Food Science/Nutrition, St. Olaf College
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Leander Limited is excited to announce the recent launch of our firm’s new website. We’ve been working very hard to enhance our website and give our firm a fresh look. We’ve also continued to research and identify the latest and greatest technologies to improve the services we provide and ensure we continue to meet your needs.
Take a moment to look around our new...
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