Raymond Randolph is a renowned executive with a wealth of experience spanning various sectors of the economy. He has served in key governmental positions both at the federal and state levels, as well as in reputable non-profit organizations. Raymond's expertise in economic policy, technology, and innovation, as well as international affairs, has seen him author over 200 reports and articles on foreign affairs, international business, and economic policy. He is a frequent speaker on economic issues and is an active kayaker and runner, engaged in mountain, trail, and ultramarathon running.
Raymond Randolph's educational background boasts a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in International Affairs from Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, a Doctor of Law (J.D.) in International Law and Legal Studies from Georgetown University Law Center, and a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service, International Relations and Affairs from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. He also studied at London School of Economics and Political Science.
At Bay Area Council Economic Institute and Bay Area Science & Innovation Consortium (BASIC), Raymond Randolph is currently the Senior Director, where he oversaw various economic policy and innovation initiatives. He has also previously held several key positions in various organizations such as Director of Trade, California Trade and Commerce Agency, Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs at U.S. Department of Energy, Deputy/Ambassador-at-Large for Pacific Basin Affairs at U.S. Department of State, and Senior Foreign Policy Analyst, Republican Study Committee at U.S. House of Representatives.