Randall was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. Life is long. After a career in music, Randall found the broad education he hoped for at St. John’s, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts. After four years at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., he studied architecture at Harvard, Georgia Tech, and the University of New Mexico, where he earned his master’s degree. A professional career in architecture followed, but feeling the need to continue his education, Randall now works full-time as an admissions counselor and part-time as an architect.
At St. John's College, he plays a central role in domestic – focusing on Texas, the South, and parts of the Midwest -- and international recruiting. Since coming to work at St. John’s in 2001, his technical expertise has grown from the advent of email in the workplace to Skype, social networking, and Naviance.
Like his education, Randall’s interests are very broad. A comprehensive list would be exhausting but the highlights would be: video games, volleyball, painting, AD&D, Bossa Nova, green architecture, and science fiction and fantasy literature.
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