Over the past eight years, we’ve been fortunate to find and hire amazing people who both fit our culture and are incredibly skilled. Now that we’ve grown so much, we’re excited to add a new position and someone who can keep these efforts going strong: our VP of People and Culture, Renee Franklin.

Renee is an experienced human resources leader and strategic consultant who’s known for her caring, easy-going personality.



Renee is dedicated to hiring and retaining top talent. She serves as an important bridge between the executive team and the rest of the organization, ensuring the voice of all SeaChangers is considered when decisions are made and strategic directions are defined. That means the experts in every role – from printing and packaging to mailing and fulfilment – can guide processes and improvements that make our clients’ projects better.

She’s committed to our core values. Over the years, we’ve found that our clients value and even share our values: trustworthy, positive, respectful, innovative, and nimble. In this new position, Renee is dedicated to helping us stay on track.

She’s called seven states home. A Patriots fan who says Colorado is a favorite state, Renee now lives in the Twin Cities with her husband and two young kids. While we can’t detect an accent, we’re impressed with her linguistic understanding of everything from Boston’s “wicked” to Texas’s “ya’ll” to Minnesota’s “hotdish.”

Look for an opportunity to meet Renee this summer at our events, or reach out any time.

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Article by Wendi Breuer, President & CEO

A passionate person and natural leader, Wendi Breuer values loyalty, communication, and growth. She says her job as president and CEO is to serve others in the company, creating a strategic vision and giving them the tools and support they need to do an excellent job. She has been recognized with awards including National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Woman Business Owner of the Year, Enterprising Women of the Year, and 2021 Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal Most Admired CEOs.