Celebrating 80 years strong! 1936-2016
Ft Bend Country Club
Richmond, TX 77469
Randall Wooten was appointed as Vice Chancellor, Chief Execution Officer and Texas State Technical College’s Executive Project Manager for Fort Bend County in October 2014. Prior to that posting, he was president of Texas State Technical College in Marshall from 2006 to 2014.
Randy has served over 25 years in higher education, ranging from classroom instructor to vice chancellor and president, in the Air Force while stationed at Air University, Maxwell AFB, Alabama. He also served 29 years in the Air Force, retiring as a Colonel in 1997, after serving as Director (vice chancellor) of Air University for Plans and Operations.
TSTC is filling the skills gaps and training local workers for many job opportunities in the Fort Bend - Greater Houston area. In partnership with Wharton County Junior College, TSTC provides the technical instruction and WCJC provides academic instruction. TSTC is adding programs in Fort Bend County including Industrial Maintenance Technology, Cyber Security, Telecommunications Convergence Technology and Welding Technology.
Over his career he has, at one time or another, either overseen or reengineered the operations of almost every department in a hospital. Joe has a track record of successfully implementing operational and organizational change to help community hospitals regain their financial footing.
By shifting OakBend’s strategy to focus on service excellence, new services, community engagement, targeted marketing, physician engagement, unique partner models and financial prudence, Joe and his team have transformed OakBend Medical Center into a growing, quality local choice for healthcare in Fort Bend County.
Join us as Joe discusses how Rotary Richmond continues to be a vital partner to OakBend Medical Center's Vision 2020 success.