Governor Hickenlooper appointed Bob Randall as Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources. CWF applauds this appointment. We have worked with Bob in his former capacity as Deputy Executive Director and most recently as Interim Director. He is highly skilled, knowledgeable and accessible. Below is the press release issued June 6, 2016.
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Gov. Hickenlooper appoints Bob Randall as executive director of Dept. of Natural
DENVER — Monday, June 6, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced the appointment of Bob Randall as the executive director of the Colorado Department of
Natural Resources. Randall has served as the interim director of the department since February 2016.
“Bob’s record of outstanding strategic decision making and his remarkable ability to work collaboratively with the diverse interests at DNR make him uniquely qualified
for the job,” said Hickenlooper. “With 20 years of experience in the field, he has proven to be an exemplary and committed steward of Colorado’s natural resources. We
look forward to continuing the good work.”
Prior to the interim director role, Randall served as the deputy executive director since 2010, and assumed the additional role of chief operations officer in 2014.
Randall was responsible for advising the executive director on the development and execution of the Department’s policy, legislative, operational and communications initiatives and has played instrumental roles in numerous DNR projects, ranging from new regulatory standards at the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission to
shaping Colorado’s approach to natural resource management on federal lands.
“I am honored and humbled by this opportunity, and am privileged to work alongside a remarkable staff of professionals throughout the entire Department, the people who
are at the heart of our agency’s success,” Randall said. “I’m excited to carry on with the important work we do to manage and protect Colorado’s natural resources for people today and those who will depend upon the legacy we leave.”
Prior to joining the state, Randall served as a staff attorney for Western Resource Advocates and for Trustees for Alaska.
He serves on multiple boards including the Colorado Mined Land Reclamation Board, Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs and the Natural Resources Damages Trustees
Randall earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri and a Juris Doctor from Lewis & Clark, Northwestern School of Law.
The appointment is effective immediately.