Lindsey Randolph to Serve as Atlanta Regional Director for Athletic Foundation
STATESBORO, Ga. - Former Georgia Southern Women's Soccer Player Lindsey Cummings Randolph will serve as the Athletic Foundation's Atlanta Regional Director. She will lead the foundation's efforts to increase donations, grow the donor base and cultivate new donors in and around the largest city in Georgia.
Randolph, who played soccer for the Eagles from 1999-2002, has been a member of the Athletic Foundation's Board of Directors since 2007.
"Lindsey is a great addition to our team. As a former student-athlete, she knows first hand the challenges faced by our players and how additional resources can help their program. Her passion for GSU Athletics will come through with each donor she meets," said Athletic Foundation President John Mulherin.
She recently served as the regional manager for specialist services at Concentra in Atlanta, a national health care company that focuses on occupational health, physical therapy, health and wellness and urgent care. Randolph oversaw the operational functions and management of the specialist clinics and programs and managed the financial performance of the program.
Randolph has worked at Concentra since 2004 and served in her current role since 2005. Randolph started her career working at the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau as marketing intern where she managed client databases and organized promotional events.
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- Category: Athletic Foundation
- Published on Thursday, 30 June 2011 12:17