Matt Schumacher

Matt Schumacher


Throughout his career, Matt Schumacher has developed and managed projects for some of the St. Louis region’s premier organizations. At Schumacher Creative, Matt helps clients develop communication strategies for both internal and external audiences.

Previously, Matt led Monsanto Company’s Global Employment Branding team and oversaw all marketing related to recruiting and talent acquisition. In this role, Matt was responsible for Monsanto’s global employment-focused communications including print collateral, online recruiting presence, social media, digital marketing, and SEO campaigns.

Matt developed Monsanto’s global reputation as an “Employer of Choice” throughout the world by communicating the value of the Monsanto employment experience to both internal and external audiences. During his tenure, Monsanto was recognized four times on Great Place to Work’s list of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces, ranking #9 in 2015, #8 in 2014, #12 in 2013 and #14 in 2012. In addition, he positioned Monsanto for recognition from DiversityInc, Working Mother, Science Magazine, Glassdoor and FORTUNE magazine.

Prior to Monsanto, he managed the U.S. consumer seminar program at Edward Jones and worked with financial advisors to create new business opportunities with prospective and existing clients. Matt has also worked with St. Louis civic organizations the St. Louis Regional Business Council and St. Louis 2004. He holds a master’s degree in media communications and a Bachelor of Science.

An active community leader, Matt previously served as president of the St. Louis chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association Board of Directors. In May 2015 and 2016, he chaired the “Jack Buck Memorial Golf Classic,” the organization’s largest fundraiser to date, raising more than $135,000 for Parkinson’s therapies and research.

Matt has served on the committees for Opera Theatre of St. Louis’ wine and beer tasting, as well as its fundraising gala, for seven years. Matt is also an active volunteer for Missouri Cures, helping in 2006 to defeat Amendment Two and to ensure Missouri residents’ continued access to cutting-edge medical technologies. He is a member of the The Landmarks Association of St. Louis and the Tiger Scholarship Fund.