Marilyn Randolph earned her BS degree in Human Services and AA degree in Early Childhood Education along with permits through the state of California. She has owned her business working with children for over 28 years. An FCC that has been in operation since 1984 and established under the directorship of her late grandmother, Ms. Betty A. Howard, Marilyn has impeccable professional credentials.
As of March 14th, 2019, she is serving as Human Rights Commissioner of the Santa Clara County, Marilyn Randolph is also the Executive Director and Founder of Women Rising Above Abuse, an organization that was established in 2016. Women Rising Above Abuse (WRAA) is a nonprofit organization that is set out to empower, strength and uplift those that have suffered from abuse. Helping women and youth that were victims of sexual, emotional, and physical abuse.
Founder of the Betty Howard Memorial scholarship fund, a fund that was started in honor of her grandmother in March 2011, a scholarship that was created to help students in Early Childhood Education. A merit award of 250.00 is annually bestowed to the winner of the scholarship. Along with these efforts, she oversees the distribution of gifts to over 100 children in the community every Christmas and has been delivering such joy over the past 15 plus years.
Family is at the core of her beliefs and values, what she holds most sacred. Married with six children, three who are adopted. Licensed Evangelist, and Certificated Life and Business Coach, Marilyn is a noted author, having written “Be Still” and “Brighter Beginnings Family Child Care Guide” volumes that are now available.
Marilyn also owns and operates her publishing company Amari Rise (Strength Arise). Through ARP she empowers, inspires, and encourages writers to become authors. Future plans include continuing to travel, to minister and building her successful coaching business.