BioRep. Nikki T. Randall was born and raised in Macon Georgia, the youngest of five children born
to the Honorable William C. and Lauretta Fults Randall. She attended Bibb County Public
Schools and is a 1995 graduate of Tennessee State University in Nashville TN, where she
received a Bachelors’ of Business Administration degree, concentrating in marketing.
Ms Randall made history in 1999 by becoming the first African American female to be elected to
the Georgia General Assembly from Middle Georgia. She is presently the only female
representative in all of Middle Georgia and is Chairwoman of the Bibb County Legislative
Rep. Randall, a third generation elected official, serves on the Judiciary Non-Civil, Health &
Human Services, Ethics, and the powerful Rules Committee. After only 5 years of service she
was appointed chair of the Interstate Cooperation committee making her the youngest serving
committee chair ever appointed. She has served in other leadership positions in the house
including Secretary and Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus, and was named Legislator
of the year in 2001.
Rep. Randall’s legislative affiliations include- Legislative Women’s Caucus, Georgia’s WIN List,
Georgia Legislative Black Caucus, NOBEL Women, and the National Black Caucus of State
Legislators Health Round Table.
Representative Randall has served in many professional capacities, some of which include
Marketing and Public Relations Director, Associated Enterprises; Assistant Human Resources
Director, Georgia Music Hall of Fame; Employment Services Case Manager, Bibb County
DFACS; Assistant Legislative Director, Georgia Nursing Home Association; Regional Field
Coordinator, Barnes for Governor Campaign (1998); Regional Director, Democratic Party of
Georgia, and Regional Marketing/Community Relations Director, UHS-Pruitt Corporation. She is
currently a Governmental/Community Affairs consultant and pursuing a Masters of Public Health
at Mercer University School of Medicine.
Ms. Randall is a distinguished alumnus of Leadership Macon (1998) & Leadership Georgia
(2004). Bibb County Democratic Women, Bibb County Democratic Executive Committee,
Women’s Political Organization; Democratic Party of Georgia State Committee, and Alpha
Kappa Alpha Sorority.
Randall is member of the Beulahland Bible Church, where she works with the single’s ministry,
Women of Worship ministry and sings in the Women’s choir.
When she is not working she enjoys reading, mentoring rising political leaders, and volunteering
with senior and youth organizations