Randall (Randy) Rogers has a long history of working with government executives, military officials, and contractors, especially in the areas of transportation and ports.
Randy directed the U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration Southern California gateway office and the Pacific Northwest and Alaska Gateway Office. He also served as Chief of Staff for the U.S. State Department Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq. He was responsible for providing support and assistance to the Iraqi government to rebuild their nation’s transportation infrastructure.
After returning to the states, Randy was selected to be the executive director of Waukegan Port District in Waukegan, Illinois. In January 2016, he returned to the Pacific Northwest to take a position with the Washington State Ferry System, the largest ferry system in the nation. He was the vessel business manager. In this position, Randy managed the capital and construction budgets for the entire 24 vessel fleet of ferries for the Washington State Ferry System.
Randy received a bachelor of science degree in physical science from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis Maryland and a master of art degree in national security and strategic affairs/management for the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.