Alex Randolph has been appointed to the City College of San Francisco board of trustees by Mayor Ed Lee, according to a statement issued by the mayor’s office this morning.
Randolph will be a voice for students during a critical period of reform at City College, Lee said in a statement.
Randolph works for the General Services Administration as special assistant to the regional administrator for region nine, managing relationships between government agencies and private sector contractors throughout the Pacific Rim region.
Before that, Randolph was previously employed by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department as the deputy director of community and government affairs.
He worked as a legislative aide to former Supervisor Bevan Dufty. He also served as neighborhood liaison and special assistant for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender affairs to former Mayor Gavin Newsom, according to Randolph’s LinkedIn profile.
Randolph earned a bachelor’s in political science at the University of California at Berkeley. He also earned a master’s in public administration from San Francisco State University.
Randolph will be replacing Dr. Natalie Berg, who’s served on the board for the last 18 years.
City College of San Francisco serves roughly 90,000 students at nine campuses throughout the city.
Dave Brooksher, Bay City News