NYWGF Welcomes New Communications Manager

The New York Wine & Grape Foundation is delighted to announce the newest addition to our team, Meg Hopkins, who joins us as our new Communications Manager.

Having served as the Marketing and Communications Manager for the Williamson County, TN Chamber of Commerce and Office of Economic Development, a Digital Marketing Strategist for a Nashville, TN Marketing Agency, and as the owner of her own Digital Marketing Consultancy, Meg brings a wealth of experience and a fresh perspective to this dynamic role, contributing to the rich tapestry of New York’s flourishing wine and grape industry.

Meg’s journey in the world of communications has been driven by a genuine love for storytelling and a commitment to elevating the voices of those who make our industry so special.

Meg Hopkins, New York Wine and Grape Foundation Communications Manager

Our entire team looks forward to the opportunities that lie ahead for our organization. In the coming months, the focus will be on enhancing communication strategies to ensure that the stories of our wineries, winemakers, grape growers, and the entire community resonate with a broader audience.

One of Meg’s core beliefs is that collaboration is key to success. Eager to work closely with our entire team and all our members, Meg is committed to better understanding needs, sharing successes, and addressing any challenges faced by the community. Together, we will amplify the collective voice of New York’s wine and grape industry and foster a sense of unity that will benefit all.

As always, your insights, ideas, and passion are invaluable, and Meg is committed to ensuring that communication channels remain open and collaborative. Members are encouraged to reach out to Meg at [email protected] with thoughts, suggestions, or simply to say hello.

New York Wine & Grape Foundation

New York Wine & Grape Foundation

The mission of the New York Wine & Grape Foundation is to promote the world-class image of New York grapes and wines from our diverse regions to responsibly benefit farmers, producers and consumers through innovative marketing, research, communication, and advocacy.