An award-winning journalist with more than two decades of experience in the newsroom and in the field, Randene’s passion is motivating and mentoring people and companies to develop the stories they want to share with impact and resonance.
Randene spent almost 20 years as a reporter and news anchor at Global BC for the morning show, the Noon Newshour, the Weekend Newshour and Newshour Final. In 2016, she went to work in communications for companies like Anthem - a real estate development group - and with Providence Health Care on the New St. Paul’s Hospital and Health Campus Project. Currently, she’s working on developing several documentaries.
Randene has anchored some of the world’s major events, including the aftermath of 9/11, the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, the Vancouver Stanley Cup riot, and multiple BC breaking news stories, including wildfires and windstorms and the impact on people and communities.
She believes in giving back to her community and has volunteered with multiple organizations, including Atira Women’s Resource Society, BC SPCA, Turning Point, and the Loon Foundation, to name a few. She’s grateful to be a settler on the unceded territories of the shíshálh Nation on the beautiful Sunshine Coast.