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Introducing Design & Living Magazine’s New Associate Publisher

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In her new role, Chantell will help new and existing businesses with their marketing needs and sharing their stories in Design & Living.

Photo by Hillary Ehlen

Here at Design & Living Magazine, we’re very excited to introduce Chantell Ramberg as our new Associate Publisher.

As Associate Publisher, Chantell will work with connecting businesses to Design & Living Magazine‘s audience. She will do this by assisting with client’s marketing needs, helping tell the story of Fargo-Moorhead’s home and design industry.

“We are so excited to have somebody with as much passion and drive as Chantell,” said Andrew Jason, Editorial Director with Spotlight Media. “She loves home and design and will tirelessly work to grow Design & Living Magazine.”

“I think Chantell is a perfect addition to our team at Design & Living Magazine,” said Becca Opp, Editor of Design & Living Magazine.

“I was born and raised in Fargo, ND,” Chantell said. “I went to UND for two years and spent the other two at NDSU finishing out my Bachelor’s degree in English. I spent the past six years in communications, marketing and public relations, and I’m happy to be a part of the Spotlight team!”

What originally drew you to Spotlight Media?
“The positivity. The company and our publications focus on everything that makes the Fargo-Moorhead area great.”

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“I have a 4-year-old that keeps me busy with the many different sports and activities she is interested in. If I get a second to myself you’d probably find me working out or doing something semi-athletic.”

What’s your favorite book and/or movie?
“Favorite book: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. Favorite movie: Troy or Goodfellas”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us.
“I played hockey and finished one season with over 44 penalty minutes.”

What’s the most useless talent you have?
“Kermit the frog impression.”

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