Randle Communications Announces Promotion of Julie Hooper to Director of Public Affairs

September 15, 2016

SACRAMENTO, California – Randle Communications (Randle), Sacramento’s largest locally-owned public affairs and public relations firm, today announced that Julie Hooper has earned a promotion from Director to Director of Public Affairs. This achievement reflects her outstanding work developing and implementing public affairs strategies to support the goals and objectives of Randle clients.

“Julie excels at managing complex and multifaceted projects, leading some of the firm’s most high-profile client initiatives. She consistently raises the bar, exceeding client expectations and delivering exceptional results,” said Jeff Randle, Randle President and CEO. “Julie is an integral part of our team, leading our public affairs practice, and managing our innovative proprietary digital public affairs program. This promotion is a testament to her achievements.”

Hooper leads the California Hospital Association, Golden1 Credit Union and California Trailblazers accounts for Randle, coordinating and implementing strategic communications initiatives that help clients amplify and deliver messages to their intended audiences.

Prior to joining Randle Communications in 2012, she worked for the California Legislature, initially as Senate Fellow and then as a Communications Director and Legislative Aide to Senator Mark Wyland.

Hooper earned a political science degree with minors in communications and history from the University of California, Davis.

About Randle Communications:

Jeff Randle and Mitch Zak founded Randle Communications in 2001 to give clients great service from senior-level professionals. Randle is Sacramento’s top-ranked locally-owned public relations firm, specializing in strategic planning, public affairs, media, coalitions, digital advocacy, campaigns and crisis management. The Sacramento Business Journal has named Randle an A+ Employer every year since 2010. Meet their award-winning team at or follow @randlecomm.