Retired Senior Policy Advisor, The Nature Conservancy, Washington, DC, USA
Randy was born in Washington DC and raised overseas during his father’s foreign service career. He was a Government major at Bowdoin and has an MBA from Thunderbird. After college he helped co-found a statewide community land trust and a low-income housing initiative in Maine for 4 years followed by various private sector and non-profit jobs in Costa Rica, Nebraska and Washington DC. Randy joined The Nature Conservancy in 1987 as Costa Rica Director and then, until 2017, he worked on international conservation finance and policy measures worldwide. He and his wife Callie bought their home in Blue Hill in 2003 were both able to work from here for each summer when Callie wasn’t in Southern Africa working on HIV/AIDS and other international public health issues. Randy and Callie love hosting family reunions, hiking, sailing, and reading.