SAN FRANCISCO—On Tuesday, April 14, Mayor Edward M. Lee appointed a new trustee, Alex Randolph, to the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees. Randolph will be replacing Natalie Berg who served for 18 years.
“Alex is a strong leader who brings a wealth of experience to the college at this critical time,” said Mayor Lee. For the last three years City College of San Francisco has experienced lost its accreditation and risked being shut down. The college currently serves 77,000 students a year at nine campuses.
Randolph works for the the U.S. General Services Administration as a special Assistant to the Regional Administrator supervising connections between federal, state, as well as local agencies and the private sector that govern business with General Service Administration.
Prior to that, Randolph worked as the deputy director of Community and Government Affairs at the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department. He also worked at City Hall as a special assistant for LGBT Community Affairs for former Mayor Gavin Newsom.
Randolph earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at the University of California at Berkley and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from San Francisco State University.