Sierra Fatlowitz joined Randle Communications in 2020. She brings communications experience in both public and private sectors including work with elected officials, civic organizations and technology corporations. In her role as Account Executive, Fatlowitz supports the firm’s public affairs and public relations practices, including strategic and tactical execution in the areas of corporate communications, media relations and digital public affairs.
Fatlowitz supports strategic communications initiatives for a range of Randle clients including work with Dignity Health, Covered California and Ducks Unlimited.
Before joining Randle Communications, Fatlowitz led digital communications for San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, the mayor of America’s 10th largest city. In addition to her work announcing civic, technology and innovation milestones, Fatlowitz developed a countywide digital resource hub during the recent public health crisis. The regional movement, Silicon Valley Strong, raised more than $40 million in funds and connected two million struggling families to meals, COVID-19 testing and safe, secure housing. Fatlowitz also coordinated crisis communications for the City of San Jose’s public safety during power outages, floods and wildfires.
Her professional development journey started in the San Jose State University (SJSU) communications department executing social media and marketing efforts. Fatlowitz also completed internships for the Hoffman Agency, City of San Jose and Intel Corporation, where she supported product PR and corporate social responsibility efforts. Recognized by Public Relations Society of America – Silicon Valley as “Student of the Year” following her two-year tenure as President of PRSSA SJSU, Fatlowitz earned her Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and studied Global PR in London.
Outside of the office, Fatlowitz enjoys listening to podcasts, cooking TikTok recipes and exploring Sacramento’s trails with her family, friends and dog as she recently relocated back to the region after living in the Bay Area for five years.