SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Randle Communications (Randle) today announced the hire of Jackson Gaskins as an account executive to support the company’s growing utility practice. The addition of Gaskins to the team reflects the firm’s continued commitment to recruiting talented professionals who combine passion for the craft with ingenuity and innovation to help clients succeed.
“We are thrilled to have Jackson on board. His knowledge of the energy sector and experience in the high-stakes environment of professional sports offers tremendous value to our clients,” Randle President and CEO Jeff Randle said. “Jackson’s media relations and crisis experience combined with his passion for public relations make him a great addition to our team.”
Gaskins will provide public relations support with a focus on customer education and digital strategy for Randle’s utility clients, including Golden State Water Company, Bear Valley Electric Service and Liberty Utilities.
Prior to joining the Randle team, Gaskins served as a facility solutions specialist for SitelogIQ, where he partnered with school districts throughout Northern California to bring comfort and efficiency to the classroom through energy-related solutions. He also gained valuable experience working in professional sports in various public relations capacities. Most recently, he led the communications department for the Reno Aces, the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. He also worked in communications for the San Diego Chargers, Washington Redskins, Miami Dolphins, Salt Lake Bees and Utah Jazz.
“It is a tremendous honor to join Randle Communications and work with California’s best public relations team,” Gaskins said. “I look forward to the opportunity to grow professionally and personally while providing communications support for the firm’s water, electric and wastewater utility partners.”
Gaskins earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from California State University, San Marcos, in 2014, and a Master of Organizational Leadership with a concentration in crisis management from Colorado Christian University in 2016.