Skills/experience: Randi grew up in a military family and has spent most of her adult life working with the military community. She earned a Bachelor’s in Social Work from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale in 1994. She worked with families and in mental health prior to changing careers and becoming a paramedic. She volunteered in emergency services in Havelock, NC, worked as a paramedic in Jacksonville, NC and as a DOD paramedic at Fort Bragg, NC. Randi returned to social work as a case manager for veterans with traumatic brain injuries before joining the team at Stop Soldier Suicide. She has found that she greatly enjoys working with active duty, veterans, and their families and looks forward to continuing to work providing resources and assistance to the military community for many years.
Favorite pastime: Randi enjoys spending her free time at the beach, reading, hanging out with her dog, and traveling.