During his years at Linfield, Randy was known for his leadership skills and his heart for serving others. In fact, long before he became ASB president, he was often referred to as “Mr. President” around campus, so it is perhaps no surprise that he ended up in Washington D.C.
After receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Political Economy from Hillsdale College in 2016, Randy relocated to the nation's capital to work at the Council for National Policy, an organization which brings together the country's most influential conservative leaders in business, government, politics, religion, and academia in order to promote conservative policy solutions. He currently serves as the Managing Director of CNP Action, advocating for conservative principles such as limited government, free economic enterprise, traditional values, and a strong national defense. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, cooking, and serving on the Hillsdale Alumni Board.
Randy’s favorite Linfield memories surround Homecoming Week. For ASB members, it was always one of the busiest weeks of the year, but he loved being a part of the planning of the Great Race and watching everyone come together to compete and enjoy themselves. “It took quite a bit of work,” he remembers, “But it was the perfect example of how we can be diligent and serious in our pursuits but still have fun and not take ourselves too seriously.” Randy is most grateful for the relationships he developed at Linfield (ones that continue to this day) because of how they helped to shape the person he has become and says, “Linfield prepared me well for both college and my career because there was a focus on developing students as a whole person – academically, spiritually, and relationally. Education was informed by faith and Biblical truth, and faith was explored with the same level of academic rigor in order to gain authentic faith, knowledge, and wisdom.”
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