Lindsey Goodwin and Erin Dunlay Earn Promotions to Account Manager

September 17, 2015

Sacramento – Randle Communications (Randle), Sacramento’s top-ranked locally-owned public relations firm, today announced that Lindsey Goodwin and Erin Dunlay have earned promotions from Senior Account Executive to Account Manager. This achievement is a reflection of their success managing complex day-to-day operations for the firm’s national public relations account, University of Phoenix, as well as their commitment to delivering results for clients and the firm.

“Lindsey Goodwin and Erin Dunlay have done an outstanding job managing media and public relations efforts in 87 media markets across the country for University of Phoenix,” Randle President and CEO Jeff Randle said. “They are essential to day-to-day operations and provide invaluable strategic counsel and guidance. These promotions are a reflection of their outstanding work for Randle clients and their strong leadership within the firm.”

Goodwin joined the Randle team in 2013 as an Account Executive. In 2014, she was promoted to Senior Account Executive, and since that time, has been a critical leader in supporting the expansion of the University of Phoenix account from the West Coast to handling national public relations strategy and activities for the global higher education leader. Prior to joining Randle, Goodwin worked for a local public relations and outreach firm. Her background also includes experience in both state and local government, serving as a Legislative Aide to a state Assembly Member and working for Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson.

Dunlay joined Randle in January of this year and, in addition to her management role for the University of Phoenix account, she also works on the firm’s Golden 1 Credit Union account team. Prior to joining Randle, Dunlay worked for local, statewide and global public relations firms, where she managed and supported diverse statewide and local public relations programs. She has an established background in media relations, grassroots advocacy, issues management, community relations and digital outreach. Dunlay has worked across a variety of sectors, including food and consumer products, energy, civil justice, water, the building industry and insurance. She also has newsroom experience, having worked as a copy editor for the Omaha World Herald.