Randy Tripp Jr. graduated from the College of William and Mary in 2005.
Randy grew up in Norfolk, VA where he attended Booker T Washington High School. After high school, Randy went on to earn his B.S in Kinesiology from the College of William & Mary. Randy stayed at William & Mary after graduation to serve as an Assistant Dean of Admission for five years. He went on to the University of Maryland, College Park where he worked with pipeline programs for middle and high school students as well as a transition program for incoming college freshmen. Randy then returned to William & Mary where he worked in MBA admissions for three years before returning to undergraduate admission to serve as an Associate Dean of Admission and Director of Multicultural Recruitment. During this time, Randy also earned his M.Ed in Higher Education Administration from the W&M School of Education.
Randy now serves the Ron Brown Scholar Program as the Director of Scholarship and Alumni Services where he works to serve the mission and vision of the organization- "to improve the lives of intellectually gifted, community and public service-minded African Americans by accelerating their progress into impactful leadership roles and opportunities in order to cultivate the next generation of transformational leaders who positively impact their communities and blaze new paths in their chosen careers and professions." College access and providing opportunities for young people have always been a part of Randy’s work and he intends to continue doing that at every stage of his career.