District Governor



Jenalea (Jen-ah-lee) Randall (Ran-dell), District Governor 2023-24, has been a Rotarian since 2009 when she joined the Rotary Club of Topeka South. She has served in various roles including as Club President, Membership Chair, Club Service Chair, and Club Administration Chair, 2014-2015. At the district level, Jenalea served as the District Membership Chair from 2020 to 2022.
Jenalea graduated from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri with a degree in public relations and Baker University with a master’s degree in business and marketing. Her career has focused on engaging communities, partners and other stakeholders through strategic, meaningful communications. She has worked in the non-profit sector, for state and federal governments, and corporate organizations. Currently she is the deputy director of communications for the Kansas Department for Children and Families.
In addition to her work, Jenalea is the past chair of the American Red Cross board of directors, past chair of the Greater Topeka Partnership’s Military Relations Council, past chair of the American Cancer Society’s Couture for Cancer, and has served in various leadership positions with other professional and community groups.
Jenalea has lived in Topeka for more than 22 years and grew up in Hartford, Kansas, located in Lyon county. She was married in 2007 to Tony Randall, who passed away in 2014 from brain cancer. Since his passing, Jenalea has engaged in cancer awareness and treatment fundraising and military activities that promote the well-being of service members and their families to honor Tony’s memory and service in the United States Army.