Greater Topeka 20 Under 40: JENALEA RANDALL
Photo by Nathan Ham
Education: Stephens College, BA; Baker University, MBA
Hometown: Hartford, KS
Spouse: Anthony S. Randall. Tony passed away in July following a two and a half year battle against brain cancer.
Pam Walstrom with Capper Foundation Easter Seals understands what motivates people and offered them an opportunity to help when they can.
Best Advice Ever Received:
“Let people do their jobs.” Advice from Brig. Gen. Tod Bunting (ret). I translated it to mean: let people do what they are good at and they will deliver.
Accomplishment Most Proud Of:
I am most proud of the life I created with my husband and the love we shared. We didn’t let his cancer diagnosis stop us from enjoying life, being optimistic about the future or creating memories. We traveled. We laughed. We lived life. We remained positive until the cancer took control and all there was left was to say good-bye. I am very proud that when Tony passed away he knew I was crazy about him and that he was deeply loved.
Leadership Greater Topeka Class of 2007.
Sertoman of the Year 2010, Topeka Evening Sertoma Club.
American Red Cross Kansas Capital Area Board Member.
“Her drive, compassion, and big heart would make her a valued member of any team. She defines the word volunteer, and serves with a giving heart for our true mission to serve those in need and help prepare our communities for the unexpected.”
- Jim Allan
General Manager/Red Cross Board Chair
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