News

 

Spotlight

 

Erin Dunlay Earns Promotion to Director at Randle Communications

September 11, 2017

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Sacramento’s top public relations and public affairs firm, Randle Communications (Randle), today announced that Erin Dunlay earned a promotion to the firm’s senior leadership team as a Director. Dunlay will play a leadership role working with Randle clients and staff to develop and execute communications strategies for statewide and local public affairs and public relations initiatives. She will continue to manage the firm’s marquee local public relations projects, including Golden 1 Credit Union and the effort by Sacramento Sports & Entertainment Holdings (SSEH) and Sacramento Republic FC to secure Major League Soccer (MLS) rights in Sacramento.

“Erin Dunlay is a talented strategist who has proven her ability to excel in a variety of diverse public relations initiatives and political campaigns,” Randle President and CEO Jeff Randle said. “Erin is intelligent, driven and excels at managing high-performing teams and achieving winning results. She is well-respected in the Sacramento business and non-profit community and is a great mentor and leader in the office. We know Erin will achieve great things as a senior member in the firm.”

Dunlay joined the Randle Team in 2015 and has supported local, statewide and national public relations accounts, as well as managed local ballot initiative campaigns with the firm. An avid sports fan, Dunlay has been deeply engaged in two prominent local projects that have advanced Sacramento’s goal of becoming a destination city. She is currently leading Randle’s work with Golden 1 Credit Union, and has advised the respected financial institution since the naming rights announcement for Golden 1 Center in 2015. Dunlay is also leading the firm’s work with SSEH and Republic FC, including executing the multifaceted #BringItHome campaign designed to build momentum toward securing MLS rights for Sacramento.

“Randle Communications is on the cutting edge of public affairs and public relations and is a part of the most important initiatives in Sacramento and California,” said Dunlay. “It has been an honor to work for a firm that is engaged with so many exciting projects that are shaping the future of our region and state and I look forward to continuing to contribute to the firm and its successes.”

Prior to joining Randle, Dunlay spent nearly a decade working for local, statewide and global public relations firms, where she managed and supported diverse statewide and local public relations programs. Dunlay received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Creighton University. She serves on the River City Food Bank Board of Directors and the Communications Committee for Metro EDGE. Dunlay previously served on the Board of the Sacramento Public Relations Association for six years, 2 including a term as president. She lives with her husband Ryan and their two children Madeline and Max.