Erin Dunne is an experienced strategic communications and public relations professional with a diverse background in international public relations management, journalism and political communications. At LEVICK, she advises clients on communications strategy and crafts data-driven campaigns to effectively shape conversations through digital and traditional media.
Her work has built brands, positioned executives and organizations as thought leaders, guided organizations through crises, and secured political victories in the U.S. (at the state and federal levels) and abroad.
Prior to joining LEVICK, Ms. Dunne developed successful communications and public relations strategies for high-profile clients across industries including health care, technology and political advocacy at a DC-based public affairs firm.
Ms. Dunne also served as the communications director for a successful D.C. ballot initiative, developing and implementing a comprehensive communications strategy, including earned media, digital media, direct mail and coalition-building. Previously, she covered foreign and defense policy for the Washington Examiner. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Diplomat and The Bulwark.
Ms. Dunne earned her M.A. with highest honors as a Yenching Scholar at Peking University in Beijing, China. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Michigan with majors in History, French and International Studies. Her academic research has explored political movements and social influence campaigns.