Randi Johnson’s primary focus since graduation in 2006 has been public service and community engagement. Specifically, Randi has practiced Social Security Disability law, Service Connect Veterans Disability law, and Special Needs & Young Family Estate Planning. She is a certified End of Life and Bereavement Doula with a focus on working with families when it’s time to say good-bye to a young child. She believes that advocacy means “defending Joy” in all places.
Randi is committed to servant leadership. She is a 2018 Leadership Spokane grad. She also serves on several Boards – Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho; National Association of Women Business Owners – NW Chapter; and a governor-appointed seat on the Washington Developmental Disability Endowment Trust Fund Board. Randi was recently awarded the 2020 Rising Stars recognition and the 2020 Top 20 Under 40 from Spokane/CDA Living Magazine.
Randi enjoys public speaking and education. She frequently speaks on topics such as grief, estate planning, disability advocacy (particularly for teens and young adults), and the importance of leadership.
Outside of her professional life, Randi loves to book adventures and travel globally with her husband and young children. She is an avid reader and loves cycling.