Randi has a Master’s degree in Gerontology and has worked as a Research Associate at the Dallas Geriatric Research Institute and as the Supervisor for Community-Based Care for the Arkansas Division of Aging and Adult Services. She is an active member of Temple Emanu-El Synagogue and the National Council of Jewish Women. Randi enjoys yoga and Pilates and loves to travel with her recently retired husband, Mike (diagnostic radiology). Randi and her husband have two children: Matt, a mechanical engineer, who lives in Dallas, and Katie, a kindergarten teacher, who resides in the Denver area with her husband, Kiff, and sons, Aaron and Charlie. They try to split their time between Texas and Colorado, so they are often on the road, driving between the two!
Health Education and Projects is at the very heart of the Alliance. “Caring for the Community” means many things, but for us it is all related to the health and well being of our citizens of all ages. We participate in or provide immunizations, screenings, recommendations for medical attention and unlimited education on good health.