Meet the Team

Rick Cochran  |  Associate PublisherRick Cochran

Rick brings more than 25 years of publishing and marketing experience to Susquehanna Style. He previously directed editorial, advertising and marketing efforts for a number of titles with PRIMEDIA, Inc. and most recently oversaw operations for the nationally award-winning Central Penn Parent. In addition, Rick has been at the helm of such popular and successful events as the Pennsylvania Garden Expo and the Harrisburg Wine Festival.

A native of western Pennsylvania, Rick moved with his wife, Terry, to the Harrisburg area in 1988. They made the area home to raise their now grown children, Colin and Grace. In his spare time, Rick enjoys spending time in the kitchen preparing “gourmet” meals for his family (and they usually eat them too!). He is also a huge film buff and does his best to be sitting in a theater at least once a week. rcochran@susquehannastyle. com

KeelyKeely Childers Heany  |  Editor in Chief

Keely Childers Heany drives Susquehanna Style's content with a passion for celebrating all that is local—from food, farms restaurants and boutiques, to the unique stories that make up the fabric of our communities in greater Harrisburg, Lancaster and York. Keely joined Susquehanna Style full time in 2007 after several years as a contributing editor, following a career in advertising and public relations, specifically working with clients in the high end furnishings and building products industries. Her discerning eye for design guides the pages of the magazine with relevance that is always ahead of the trends. When she's not working, Keely enjoys cooking up seasonal sustainable food for her family and friends, hosting fabulously fun parties, and laughing with her hilarious husband Don and daughter Hazel.

Sue OSue Ottenheimer  |  Senior Account Executive

Sue came to Susquehanna Style in late 1997 as the magazine was preparing to launch its premier issue. In addition to her print advertising expertise, Sue’s professional background includes many years of advertising sales in the radio industry. Originally from Baltimore, Sue relocated to the Susquehanna Valley in 1988. In her free time, Sue enjoys working out, cooking, reading, spending time with her family and rooting for her alma mater, The University of Michigan. sottenheimer@

Chase HaferChase Hafer  |  Account Executive

Chase Hafer is a native of York County and graduate of Millersville University. He comes to Susquehanna Style with a wealth of sales experience in both digital and print media. He is very well connected in the Lancaster market and continues to serve in leadership positions with the Lancaster Young Professionals group. Chase is an accomplished home remodeler and is always planning his next project.

Greg Zoerb  |  Account Executive

Greg is excited to be a member of the Susquehanna Style team after several years of broadcast marketing and news experience. He and his family have been in the Harrisburg area for more than 20 years. Before moving to Central Pennsylvania, Greg was an award-winning news anchor, reporter and manager in Nashville, Tennessee. When not helping his clients grow their business, Greg enjoys spending time with his wife, two grown daughters and their husbands and two super grandkids. He also enjoys golfing. Sort of!

Monica-portrait-2Monica Shell  |  Graphic Designer

Monica joined Susquehanna Style after graduating from Lehigh University with a degree in graphic design. While in school, she interned at a marketing and design firm, Imagevolution, and at Rodale's Runner's World magazine. During the time Monica is not designing she enjoys running, hiking and spending time with her ragdoll cat.

Alyssa Acevedo  |  Marketing and Events Coordinator

With a heart for fashion, Alyssa joined the Susquehanna Style team after graduating from Penn State University with a degree in Journalism. Along with being part of the team, she runs her own fashion blog, A Small Town Fashionista. In her free time, you can find Alyssa obsessing over her dog, visiting new wineries, and fulfilling her travel bug.