From her undergraduate days as a student leader at the Florida State University, to Executive Director of Florida Watch Action leading the fight against Rick Scott's anti-middle class agenda with the wildly successful Pink Slip Rick campaign, Susannah Randolph always inspired those around her to fight for a greater purpose.
She has spent her life making Florida a better place to live for middle-class families. Her leadership was featured in The American Prospect, Hardball with Chris Matthews, the Ed Show, The Rachel Maddow Show, the Tampa Bay Times and the Miami Herald.
Twice named as one of Orlando's 50 most powerful people, Susannah worked as the District Director for FL-09 to help keep the Kissimmee Gateway Airport open in the face of sequestration cuts to the FAA budget, and helped secure a $6.5 million grant for the Orange County Firefighters - creating 40 new jobs and keeping fire stations open. Most recently, Susannah was the lead strategist in passing a Wage Theft Ordinance in Osceola County which led to the implementation of the Florida's strongest Wage Recovery program.
In 2011 she received the Grassroots Honoree Award from U.S. Action and was inducted in to the Netroots Activist Hall of Fame. In 2012, she was honored with the Glass Ceiling Award by the Business and Professional Women of Florida. Susannah previously served on the board of Planned Parenthood of of Southwest and Central Florida, served on the Out and Proud Veterans of America Board, is a member of the League of Women Voters, the Democratic Women's Club of Florida, and the Florida Progressive Caucus.
She has been married to former Florida State Representative and current Orange County Tax Collector Scott Randolph for 10 years, and is mother to a three and a half year old force of nature, Hillary Eleanor Randolph.