Joshua Randall plays a key role in ensuring KWAME's record growth despite the current economic downturn. Joshua's leadership has been critical in securing contracts with the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport, and St. Louis Public Schools, to name a few.
A graduate of Purdue University, Joshua was a "star" account executive at Hewlett-Packard, capturing more than 150% of his sales quota and earning the "Star Quest Award" for top performance. At just 28, Joshua received the "Ben Franklin Award" at LuxN, Inc., where he secured a multi-million dollar contract with Time Warner Telecom.
Joshua serves on the Young Leaders Board for the Wyman Center; the Emerging Leaders Board for the St. Louis Science Center; the Young Leaders Steering Committee for the St. Louis Regional Business Council; and the Board of Trustees for his children's school. Joshua also is a member of the Saint Louis Council of Construction Consumers Diversity Committee, and serves as a mentor for a group of promising young men at Carnahan High School.
Joshua lives in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area with is wife and two children.