Executive Vice President Operations, Oriana House
Oriana House Executive Vice President of Operations Mike Randle’s career in corrections spans over 30 years with nearly 20 years at the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction where he served in a variety of positions including Mental Health Administrator, Warden, Deputy Director of Business Administration, and Assistant Director for the Agency.
Mike was appointed Director of the Illinois Department of Correction, serving under Governor Pat Quinn. Mike returned to Ohio in 2010 to work for Oriana House, Inc., first as the Program Manager of the Cuyahoga County Community Based Correctional Facility and most recently as the Regional Vice President of Correctional Programming in Summit County.
As Executive Vice President of Operations, Mike will be responsible for the overall operation and management of residential, nonresidential, and diversionary community corrections programs including cognitive skills, treatment, employment, and education programming. Mike will also oversee the development and implementation of new programs. Electronic Monitoring is one of the areas under Mike’s supervision.
Mike received his Bachelor’s degree in Criminology from The Ohio State University and his Master in Business Administration from Ashland University. Mike is a member of American Correctional Association (ACA), National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice (NABCJ), North American Association of Wardens and Superintendents (NAAWS), and Ohio Community Corrections Association (OCCA), having served as president 2017-2019. He is the 2019 recipient of the NABCJ Jonathan Jasper Wright Award and is currently the Chair of the Cleveland affiliate of the NABCJ. He also serves on the board of the International Association of Community Corrections (ICCA). He is routinely requested to provide expert testimony on legislative issues, present at various conferences, and is a consultant for the Nakamoto Group on various correctional issues.