Randle Communications Promotes Robert Charette to Account Executive
Sacramento’s top public relations and public affairs firm, Randle Communications (Randle), today announced the promotion of Robert Charette from assistant account executive to account executive. This achievement reflects Charette’s tireless work ethic and commitment to teamwork, professionalism and superior client service.
“In a short time, Bobby has maximized his past political experience and delivered great value to Randle’s public affairs and public relations accounts,” said Randle President and CEO Jeff Randle. “He is eager to take on new responsibilities and has thrived in our high-performance culture. This promotion is a testament to his achievements and tremendous contributions to the firm.”
Charette joined Randle Communications in 2017. As an account executive, Charette generates powerful digital advocacy content to fuel social media campaigns for many of the firm’s clients, including California Hospital Association, California Association of REALTORS® and California Trailblazers. Charette’s skills also strengthen the firm’s research, traditional and social media monitoring programs.
“After starting my career in Washington, D.C. politics, I’m grateful for the opportunity to use my experience with one of California’s leading public affairs firms and top political strategists,” Charette said. “I’m eager to continue learning and contributing to Randle Communications in an exciting 2018 election year and beyond.”
Prior to joining the Randle team, Charette supported digital media and grassroots organizational support for the Stop Proposition 63 campaign. He also served as the digital media manager for Right to Rise USA, the chief Super PAC supporting Jeb Bush’s campaign for president. In addition, Charette was a roving correspondent for The Washington Free Beacon in Washington, D.C., where he covered high profile congressional and gubernatorial elections and grassroots advocacy. Charette also supported the Romney For President campaign, where he contributed to the campaign’s rapid response operation.
Charette graduated in 2010 from Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor’s in journalism and minor in rhetoric.