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Carrie Randolph, Executive Director at Leading from Within, has joined the Board of Directors of the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara.
Carrie Randolph, Executive Director at Leading from Within, has joined the Board of Directors of the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara. Leading from Within is an organization that provides leadership development to nonprofit and high impact volunteer leaders. Carrie is responsible for overall management and for facilitating the Katherine Harvey Fellows program.
Ms. Randolph has thirteen years of experience working for Patagonia, a leader in corporate philanthropy and social responsibility. While at Patagonia, and since leaving, Carrie has been passionate about using her professional skills help nonprofits be more effective and to inspire solutions to our local and world community’s needs. She is the founder of the blog “Everyday Philanthropist in Santa Barbara” which discusses ways everyday people can be philanthropic and examines which approaches have the greatest impact on making our communities a better place.
Ms. Randolph earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies and her Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from San Diego State University, as well as a Certification in Facilitation from Development Dimensions International. She is on the Board of The Eleos Foundation and on the Executive Leadership Team for Direct Relief Women, and has volunteered and served in leadership roles for Storyteller, National Charity League, Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara, and the Cold Springs School Foundation. Ms. Randolph resides in Santa Barbara with her husband, Mike, and their three daughters.
About the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
Since 1962, the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara provided more than 35,000 scholarships to Santa Barbara County students totaling $80 million. Additionally, the Scholarship Foundation provides financial aid advising services to more than 35,000 students and parents each year. The Foundation celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2012. Its mission is to inspire, encourage, and support Santa Barbara County students in their pursuit of college, graduate and vocational education through financial aid advising and the granting of scholarships.
For more information visit: www.sbscholarship.org