Emilie Cameron joined Randle Communications in October 2021 with a mastery of developing integrated communications campaigns, incorporating branding and marketing, economic development, public affairs and external affairs. As Vice President, Cameron leads the firm’s local strategic communications campaigns, complimenting regional and statewide efforts in our public relations, public affairs, ballot initiative and digital practices.
Cameron is a champion for catalytic downtown projects and the revitalization of Sacramento’s urban core. She most recently worked closely with property and business owners and stakeholders as the District Affairs & Development Director for the Downtown Sacramento Partnership, overseeing the organization’s growing public policy, economic development, external affairs, public relations and marketing programs. In recent years, she led COVID recovery communications and business support campaigns, built a robust investment activity reporting platform, advocated for infill development projects, and supported policies to grow the regional economy.
Cameron previously managed public relations campaigns for 3fold Communications where she managed media and community relations, outreach, and strategy development for consumer marketing. Prior, she worked at the intersection of politics and policy as Senior Account Executive for Lucas Public Affairs where she led statewide public affairs campaigns for several multi-state clients in energy, transportation, healthcare, sports and entertainment and local government.
A Sacramento-area native, Cameron graduated from the University of California, Davis. Named one of Sacramento’s Top 40 Under 40 by the Sacramento Business Journal in 2012, she has been a constant advocate for the local business community. Cameron currently serves as 1st Vice Chair on the California Downtown Association board of directors and is a member of the ULI Sacramento Women in Leadership Committee and Greater Sacramento Regional Council for Make-A-Wish Northeastern and Central California and Northern Nevada. A past participant in the International Downtown Association’s Emerging Leader Program and Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber’s Catalyst Leadership Program, Cameron also previously served on the Sacramento Metro Chamber board of directors and ULI Sacramento executive board. In 2014, she was named Volunteer of the Year by the Metro Chamber and PR Professional of the Year by the Sacramento Public Relations Association.