At Mighty, we serve as trusted PR counsel for our clients.
We like to balance creative and edgy ideas with the reliable PR strategies we’ve seen success with time and time again.
Partnering closely with companies to tell their story is what we do best. Our approach is anchored in connection – we use our deep media and influencer connections to drive the conversation for our clients.
Mighty’s three managing partners, Candace Locklear, Rebecca Fuller, and June Parina run their team out of the company’s headquarters in San Francisco, working closely with global partners to extend Mighty’s reach worldwide.
Rebecca Fuller /
Rebecca is a transplant from the East Coast, where she grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Cape Cod. Mighty is her fifth public relations agency gig, but taking inspiration from the many amazing entrepreneurs she has worked with over the years, this time she’s calling the shots. For the first half of her career, Rebecca handled product and corporate PR for hefty global brands like Intuit, HP, Seiko, and Symantec. For the past 10 years, she’s worked mostly with young companies, VCs and dozens of disruptive startups.
Candace Locklear /
Candace has been working with startups and taking technology companies public since Facebook was just a gleam in Zuckerberg’s eye. She has worked with huge clients like Sun Microsystems and Oracle and worked on the MP3.com IPO in 1999 which was, at the time, the single lartgest technology IPO to date. At the same time, she was a PR driver behind Burning Man, creating the event’s first press kit and growing the media team to more than 80 people. In 2001, Candace went in-house at Openwave to manage CXO communications, and worked with global mobile operators and OEMs to bring WAP browsing to the mainstream. Before joining Mighty Candace started and grew the mobile practice at Spark PR, representing EA Mobile, Good Technology, Symbian Foundation and Skype, as well as upstarts such as Tapulous (now Disney Mobile), GetJar, Trolltech (now Nokia), Skyfire, Flipboard and INQ Mobile.
June Parina /
June is deeply embedded in the Venture Capital and entrepreneur community. Previously, she served as director of media relations at The Blueshirt Group, a boutique investor relations and business media relations firm, and worked with dozens of venture capital firms including DCM, Obvious Ventures, Index Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Sevin Rosen Funds, Madrona Venture Group, Focus Ventures, Woodside Fund and ITOCHU Technology Ventures. She’s also got a connected and gadgety side, having spent more than seven years at Spark PR supporting gadget (iHealth Labs, Dropcam), digital entertainment (Rdio, MOG.com, Last.fm, Soundhound, Songkick) and mobile and telephony companies (Symbian Foundation, FON).