Vancouver Public Relations Agency
Dunn Public Relations, a Vancouver-based PR firm, specializes in the development of traditional and digital communications strategies that build profile and awareness.
With a combined PR experience of over 30 years, we work closely with our clients to create strategies that capitalize on profile opportunities ranging from national newspapers to popular bloggers.
Principal – Dunn Public Relations
A former journalist and now principal of Dunn Public Relations, uses her 20 years of experience and contacts to raise the profile of clients ranging from real estate developers to artists and small business owners.
Patricia has an insider’s knowledge of Vancouver media and a keen sense of what makes news now. She knows how to craft a story, and who to pitch it to. As a result, clients receive extensive coverage in media outlets ranging from BC Business Magazine to CBC Radio to the Wall Street Journal.
When Patricia’s not meeting with clients and the press, she leaves her designer suit and heels at home in Vancouver and unwinds at her place in Summerland, where she lives like a local but explores like a tourist, seeking out the best the area has to offer.
Associate Partner – Dunn Public Relations
Rachel Thexton (@rthexton) enjoys coming up with fresh ideas and creative approaches to story telling and media relations. Increasingly, Rachel incorporates digital strategy into communications plans and excels at generating media coverage for clients in both mainstream media outlets and on the most frequented blogs.
Working in PR for seven years, Rachel`s experience includes strategic communications for clients including Delta Hotels and Resorts, KPMG, CBC Television and Dairy Queen Canada.
A graduate of Indiana University’s School of Journalism, Rachel was Media Profile`s British Columbia account director for six years, supporting a national Toronto based PR firm with west coast communications.
A devoted dog owner, Rachel enjoys her volunteer work with the Vancouver SPCA and other B.C. animal rescue organizations to spread the word on behalf of animals.
Lexi Chen has eight years of reporting, editing and publishing experience in Taiwan, Hong Kong and now Vancouver. Formerly an advertising graduate, Lexie speaks both Mandarin and Cantonese and has a flair for Chinese writing. She is active on the multicultural Vancouver social scene, attending and reporting on metro events. With a strong understanding of the Chinese social media communities and local media, Lexie understands Chinese communications. A lover of sake and kimchi, Lexie also enjoys the wide range of pan-Asian experiences metro Vancouver has to offer.