Business Development Representative
Randy has an extensive background securing financial, infrastructural, workforce, business planning, and other strategic resources for innovative organizations throughout his career in economic and business development. His successes range from leveraging federal, state, and local government business incentive programs to venture capital, research and development (R&D), and other entrepreneurial, energy, manufacturing, financial, and advisory investments to boost business growth and profitability. Accounting is a core practice throughout these initiatives.He is the founder and emeritus board member of the New Mexico Technology Council and a longtime board member of the Technology Councils of North America (TECNA). He served as the Director of Entrepreneurial Partnerships for Technology Ventures Corporation, a subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, specializing in technology commercialization through national labs, universities, and corporate strategic partnerships. Among other leadership roles, Randy also served as the Director of the Office of Science and Technology for the New Mexico Economic Development Department where he chaired the HyTEP international conference for hydrogen technology commercialization among other duties. His career works include serving on several nonprofit and for-profit boards, including the New Mexico Small Business Development Center and the NMSU College of Business advisory boards for multiple terms. He holds an MBA in the Management of Technology from the University of New Mexico’s Anderson School of Management as well as earning the CEcD certification through the International Economic Development Council.