Gerard Randall

Gerard Randall is a founding member and Executive Director of Milwaukee Education Partnership. He brings extensive experience to the Milwaukee workforce development and nonprofit organization community. His knowledge of workforce challenges and solutions to bridge skills gaps have been extremely advantageous in leading the organization.

Mr. Randall’s credentials include that of serving as the community relations counsel in the Milwaukee County executive’s office; then as president and chief executive officer of the Private Industry Council of Milwaukee County, currently known as Employ Milwaukee, a workforce development board, for nine years.

Mr. Randall has been a teacher in the Milwaukee Public School System (11 years); and an adjunct lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (7 years); and a member of the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents (13 years including 2 years as Regent vice president). He also served on the Wisconsin Technical College System Board of Directors (4 years).

Recently and for more than a half-dozen years, Mr. Randall chaired the Milwaukee Social Development Commission (SDC) returning the agency to strong fiscal health and stability.

Finally, Mr. Randall serves on many Boards and Committees, some of which include Cardinal Stritch University where he currently serves as co-chair of the Board of Trustees, the Milwaukee Public Museum, VISIT Milwaukee, Wisconsin Arts Board, Ascension Wisconsin Foundation, BizStarts, Employ Milwaukee Youth Council and more.

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