"Access to quality healthcare is crucial to any city or region’s success and I feel it is my duty to give back to my community by supporting our long-time local hospital. Healthcare is key to our economic well-being and the jobs created support our citizens and their families. Additionally, there is a close tie between healthcare and my career in higher education and I look forward to supporting this relationship."
Randy was born and educated in Texas but has lived in New Mexico for over half of his life. Randy grew up in Corpus Christi and attended Texas Christian University where he obtained both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Business Administration. Randy’s work experiences range from accounting to information technology to being a restaurant owner/chef as well as teaching and senior management positions in higher education. Randy retired as the president of Santa Fe Community College where his twenty years of experience include full-time faculty, dean, founding State Director of the New Mexico Small Business Development Center, vice president for both finance and academic affairs and ultimately president. Randy also worked in the private sector for the General Electric technology company and in Hawaii for Maui Land and Pineapple Company.