Shared Use Campaign Manager
Mikaela Randolph serves as the shared use campaign manager for the Safe Routes to School National Partnership. In this role, she works with states and localities nationally to advance shared use agreements and policy adoption ensuring that underserved communities have access to physical activity opportunities. In addition to increasing shared use agreements, she will work with a task force and working group of organizations and agencies that have made positive strides in this area. Mikaela has extensive experience in managing shared use agreements and policy in Los Angeles County, through the Communities Putting Prevention to Work grant (RENEW L.A. County). She is passionate about the ability of shared use agreements and policy to transform a community and as a strategy to combat childhood obesity by increasing levels of physical activity.
Prior to joining the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, Mikaela worked with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health as an Assistant Policy Analyst. She managed the adoption of shared use(joint use) agreements and policy and community market conversions as strategies to creating healthier communities. Working in underserved communities is near and dear to Mikaela as she believes empowering and enabling communities with the tools to make healthier choices will lead to a healthier society.
Mikaela was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She is passionate about changing the community she grew up in and welcomes the ability to transform communities around the country through shared use agreements and policy.