Jen Rahr
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Current Position

Owner | Graphic Designer

Deer Creek Design Studio





Specialty Areas
  • Design / Marketing
  • Arts - Visual
  • Entrepreneur/Business Owner
  • Community Organizer
  • Marketing

Graphic Design, Identity Branding & Logo Design, Advertising Layouts, Print Design, Posters & Banners, Signage & Store Fronts, Vinyl Graphics & Vehicle Wraps

More Information:

Leadership Experience
A home-grown Montana girl, Jen grew up in eastern Montana then went on to pursue her love of art at Montana State University – Bozeman, graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) focused in Fine/Studio Arts & Graphic Design Minor from Dickinson State University. Jen’s entrepreneurial spirit sparked in her college years and she has been working as a freelance artist for over 15 years.
After college, Jen moved back to her hometown of Glendive until moving to Billings in 2017. She enjoys contributing time and talents to various organizations and projects; for example: the rebranding of Dawson Community College, creation of the logo for the Dawson County Fair, designing and wrapping of traffic boxes featuring area photography by local artists. She is also proud to help other small business owners create their own identity and realize their goals.
Jen was a key member of a small grassroots organization “Revive Glendive” that was able to conceptualize, raise funds, and complete the construction of a Splash Park for the Glendive Community in just one year. During the process, Jen helped to organize and facilitate group meetings, handle finances, oversee the selection and hiring of various construction and supply contractors, work closely with City Officials and participated in the many fundraising events for the project. Since that time, Jen has continued to help with the efforts of other community groups including the Greater Glendive Community Foundation, Glendive Chamber of Commerce, Dawson County High School Red Devil Booster Club and more. Since moving to Billings, she has become involved in a non-profit that helps teachers, students and artists gain access to quality arts and learning to develop their creative potential: Share Create Reuse and Promote (SCRaP) –
Supporting and connecting with other women has always been something that Jen is passionate about. She started a local Women Entrepreneurs group as means to network, trade ideas & secrets and learn from those that share in the same struggles & triumphs. She was invited to join the “Wonder Women” advisory group for the PowerHouse Montana initiative in 2015 and continues her involvement today.
How I Want to Participate in PowerHouse

I am excited to be part of this amazing organization and look forward to connecting!