IA hires new content editor

Luke Reynolds joins the Irrigation Association with experience in writing, editing, and digital content creation.
Luke Reynolds

The Irrigation Association, Fairfax, Virginia, hired Luke Reynolds as its new content editor. Reynolds brings a history of success in the publishing industry, particularly as a writer and editor, to the IA. His background includes experience in the construction, healthcare, and sports media industries.

“We are excited to welcome Luke to the IA team,” says Natasha Rankin, MBA, CAE, CEO of the Irrigation Association. “His interest in journalist excellence and experience in editorial creation are a great addition the IA. Luke brings creative energy to our team, and we look forward to leveraging his content strategy background to help further enhance IA’s publications and digital content, keeping irrigation professionals up to date with the latest industry news.”

“I am very excited to join the communications team at the IA,” says Reynolds. “It was immediately clear to me that the team is made up of upstanding professionals, and I look forward to learning from them and advancing the association’s mission.”

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