Trinette Randolph, MS EdProgram Manager
Trinette Randolph has focused her entire career on improving health care in Virginia. She has a passion for serving underserved and uninsured communities and has more than 20 years’ experience working with organizations advancing community and public health. Prior to joining the VHWDA, Trinette worked extensively with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) where she was responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating training programs. She provided technical assistance and assisted FQHCs with developing strategies for special populations to address their unique health needs and improve health outcomes.
Trinette has worked closely with local, state and national health care organizations to develop meaningful partnerships that benefit underserved communities including those related to chronic disease management, substance use disorders, behavioral, and oral health.
Trinette currently serves on the Chesterfield County Public School System’s School Health Advisory Board where its purpose is to advise the Chesterfield County School Board on health and wellness issues and assist in the development of health and wellness policies. She is deeply committed to the mission of VHWDA and will utilize her previous skills and knowledge to make an impact at VHWDA.
Originally from Roanoke, Trinette earned a B.S. in Health Sciences from James Madison University and a M.S. in Education/Health Promotion from Virginia Tech.