Randie and her husband, Michael, a retired attorney, moved to Bluffton full time three years ago from Chicago. They had traveled back and forth between both their homes for many years, and were delighted to end up in this piece of paradise.
Randie was a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and spent most of her career working with adolescents and families in many different settings. She moved into the business aspect of the profession, and did Healthcare Marketing and later became Director of Behavior Health for a large Community Hospital in the Chicago area.
Randie has a BS in Psychology from Barat College in Lake Forest, Il and an MSW from Loyola University in Chicago.
Once moving to Bluffton, she served on the Inaugural Committee to form the Belfair Charitable Fund.
Randie and her husband moved from the suburbs to downtown Chicago where they spent 20 years prior to moving to the Lowcountry. They moved into the city to be able to enjoy all the wonderful things the city had to offer, such as Theater, The Chicago Symphony and Steppenwolf Theater. She was delighted to discover Lean Ensemble Theater, and to “lean in” to bring innovative theater to the Lowcountry.