As you can imagine, the President/CEO wears many hats. His responsibilities change as the needs of the community also do. Right now, much of his time is spent working on economic development projects, all of which will be constructed in, on, or near the Missouri River. As he works, Randy keeps the Chamber mission top of mind to make Jefferson City a better place to live, work and play. He advocates on a daily basis for the needs of the community and constantly works with Chamber staff to move projects along smoothly.
Q: What is your guilty pleasure?
A: Ice cream, in all flavors and with all toppings.
Q: Favorite way to spend a weekend afternoon?
A: Yard work, college football and three-dimensional architectural modeling.
Q: Something people may not know about you?
A: Most people wouldn’t know that I was accepted to law school, but obviously never enrolled.
Q: What exciting projects are you working on this year?
A: We are excited to continue work on the Port Authority Project, see the Bicentennial Bridge to Adrian’s Island begin construction and continue redevelopment plans for the 32 acres next to the Missouri State Penitentiary.