Randle Communications Announces Promotion of Scot Murdoch to Senior Account Executive

SACRAMENTO – Randle Communications (Randle), Sacramento’s top-ranked locally owned public relations and public affairs firm, today announced that Scot Murdoch has earned a promotion from account executive to senior account executive after nearly four years with the firm. Randle is committed to recognizing and rewarding professionals who demonstrate growth and share a commitment to teamwork, high standards and delivering exemplary results for clients.

“Scot is a well-rounded professional with strengths that range from media relations and project management to public affairs and digital advocacy,” Jeff Randle, President and CEO of Randle Communications said. “He is an integral member of our public relations and public affairs teams and continues to show a steadfast commitment to delivering value to our clients. We are pleased to announce his well-deserved promotion and look forward to his continued success with Randle Communications.”

After more than a decade in the media, Murdoch joined Randle Communications in 2014 as an assistant account executive, supporting several accounts, including Golden 1 Credit Union and healthcare clients the California Hospital Association and John Muir Health, where he created robust digital advocacy programs. In his role as senior account executive, Murdoch will support a diverse range of clients and continue to grow his expertise in digital advocacy, stakeholder engagement and health care communications.

Prior to joining the Randle team, Murdoch was an editor, producer and reporter for KFBK where he reported on a wide variety of topics including healthcare, business, sports and local issues.

“I’m honored to be part of an exceptional, dynamic and creative team that prides itself on always exceeding client expectations,” said Murdoch. “I look forward to new challenges and opportunities moving forward.”

A graduate of California State University, Sacramento, Murdoch was a double major in communications and criminal justice. He worked as a media consultant for the California Chapter of Defenders of Freedom, an all-volunteer organization that helps soldiers, veterans and their families.