CAROLYN G. RANDOLPH, REGIONAL DIRECTOR
On the local level, she formerly served as Graduate Advisor for Alpha Phi Chapter at North Carolina A&T State University while a member of Beta Iota Omega Chapter. In her current chapter, Gamma Tau Omega, she has served as President (two terms), First Vice President, Second Vice President, House Treasurer, Chaplain, Chairman of the Connection Committee, a member of the Graduate Advisors Council, and former Chairman of the Scholarship Committee. She holds the distinction of serving as the first President of the chapter’s foundation, S.I.S.T.E.R.S., Inc., founded in 2006.
For the South Atlantic Region, she served as Cluster Coordinator for Cluster IV, which includes chapters in both Georgia and Florida, a member of the Regional Leadership Team, Chairman of the 57th Regional Conference, Representative to the Regional Nominating Committee (2 terms), and on the Boule Luncheon Committee for four years.
On the international level, Carolyn served as a member of the Reinstatement Task Force Committee and is the immediate past Chairman of the International Nominating Committee. She served as Chairman under the leadership of Carolyn House Stewart, Esquire, and Dorothy Buckhanan Wilson. She also served on the Boule Sargeant-At- Arms Committee for four years; presented workshops in eight of the ten regions of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated; and at two Boules and Leadership Seminars. In addition, she has acted as a facilitator at Regional and International Conferences, and as a speaker at Founders’ Day and Membership Intake programs.
She is most proud of being a 2018 recipient of the Georgia Legislative Women’s Caucus Servant Leadership Award. Georgia State Representative Carolyn Hugley (District 136) presented the award to Carolyn during Women’s History Month.
Carolyn is a member of Fourth Street Missionary Baptist Church in Columbus, Georgia and serves actively in the following ministries: Deacon Wives, Christian Education (Church School Christian Family teacher), Pastoral Relations, and Chair of the Men’s and Women’s Ministry. She has also been the Women’s Day Speaker at various churches in Georgia.
Professionally, she is a retired educator who currently serves as a Clinical Supervisor for the Mathematics Woodrow Wilson Fellows, an adjunct instructor at Columbus State University, and a School Improvement Consultant. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Mathematics from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, a Master of Science degree from North Carolina A&T State University, and an Education Specialist degree from Columbus State University.
She is married to Chester Randolph and they have three adult daughters, one who is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, and three precious grandchildren.