He has over thirty years of management experience in government, education, and business. He has previously served as an auditor with the Auditor General in the State of Florida, as a Dean of Administrative Services with Wenatchee Valley College in the State of Washington, and currently as a General Manager with a Dish Network Services retailer. Randolph received an MBA degree in Small Business Development from Florida Atlantic University in 1989 and passed the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam in 1981. Randolph is responsible for administrative development to make sure the organization is in compliance with local, state, and federal requirements related to its nonprofit purpose.
Suzanne Perritt Cravey
She has worked for non-profit and government organizations for 25+ years, developing programs to address socio-cultural needs youth. She was a board member and co-founder of the Gateways Program for Incarcerated Youth in Washington State which addresses the higher educational needs of long-term incarcerated youth. Suzanne is committed to sustainable planting practices using a “forest garden” approach to replant barren hillsides. She received her MA degree in Environmental Studies from The Evergreen State College in 2005. Suzanne is responsible for the long-term development of Earth Givers’s reforestation activities.
He is a recent college graduate and received his BA degree in The Environmental Business from The Evergreen State College. Jacob manages the business development of the organization. We are combining our experience and energy to focus on the restoration of our earth’ s forests and resources for the sake of those coming after us.