Todd Lindenmuth joined Higher Rock Education in August 2019, as Director of Brand Management.
Lindenmuth assists in HRE’s marketing and communications strategy by promoting its brand on social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Lindenmuth was taught at a young age the importance of economics education. He benefited from taking his father’s courses in high school, which served him well in the economics courses he took at Penn State. Like his father, Todd sees Higher Rock as an opportunity to enhance the lives of others.
Prior to Higher Rock, Lindenmuth spent eight years in collegiate athletics media relations with stops at Duke University, NC State University and Longwood University. In this role, he worked as a liaison between the school and media, helping enhance each department’s brand.
In addition, he also worked as a liaison between FOX News and Longwood for the 2016 Vice Presidential Debate held on Longwood’s campus, assisting in production setup and support.
In his role at Longwood, Lindenmuth oversaw the publicity for Longwood’s championship softball team, which earned a berth into the 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019 NCAA Regional. He helped generate coverage for the five-time Big South Champions throughout various media outlets in Virginia. He also helped in promoting the Lancers’ nationally televised games in three straight years, including when softball hosted ESPNU in back-to-back seasons to mark the first-ever national broadcast from Longwood University’s campus.
Lindenmuth was the 2017 District 3 winner for the "Story with Video" category in the College Sports Information Directors of America's annual Fred Stabley Sr. Writing Contest. His piece, titled "Softball Slugger Living Out Hardwood Dreams," was coupled with a video produced by Christian Fox, and highlighted the exploits of former Longwood All-American softball player Megan Baltzell during her stint with the USA Baseball Women's National Team.
In addition, his game recap of Longwood softball’s 2017 Big South Championship, titled “THREE-PEAT! Longwood Wins Big South Championship”, documenting Longwood’s ascent to its third straight Big South Championship earned runner-up honors in the “Game Recap” category in the 2018 District 3 CoSIDA’s annual Fred Stabley Sr. Writing Contest.
Lindenmuth graduated from Penn State in May 2012 with a Bachelor's degree in journalism.
Lindenmuth is a native of and currently resides in Durham, N.C.