“Randi joined OCA right after graduation, and over the year and a half that I’ve gotten to know her, she’s shown an impressive willingness to jump into projects and help facilitate in whatever capacity is needed. She maintains an extremely high bar for herself, she’s selfless, and she brings a calm, steady, and stabilizing presence to all the projects she’s involved in. Plain and simple, Randi is a pleasure to work with, and I hear that sentiment echoed constantly by clients and team members alike.
When Randi says she’s going to do something, it always gets done right. If she doesn’t know something, she communicates it directly, gets the right information, and always follows through. A lot of times, folks will tell you what they think you want to hear, but Randi takes the time to learn and provide what’s needed.
Randi’s a deep diver. She pushes forward until she gets the most effective, distilled answer or solution she can find, and she’s always willing to learn new skills to make innovative ideas tangible. When she worked on the construction sequencing video for the Sojourn project, she was able to help the team visualize complex construction sequences and timelines, and quantify that in a way that deeply resonated with the investor team. I’ve since shown that video to global vice presidents and various other folks within the areas that we work, and commonly receive the comment that they’ve never seen anything quite like it. That wouldn’t happen without Randi.
Randi’s growth potential is tremendous. She holds a lot of quiet traits that are extremely powerful, and I’m excited to see her gain more and more confidence in her abilities. She exhibits all the qualities that you would look for from a leadership perspective, and while early in her career, her role has already greatly expanded. When it comes to Randi’s career trajectory, the sky’s the limit.”
— Jeremy Cogdill, OCA Managing Principle, Portland Office
Randi and her dog Stormy, enjoying blue skies on Mount Hood.