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Randy Lickey

Rotary Host Area Coordinator for the Center and member of the Rotary Club of the Capital City, Raleigh NC, District 7710

Professional Background

Randy Lickey is our Rotary Host Area Coordinator. Randy is a member of the Rotary Club of the Capital City (Raleigh), North Carolina, in District 7710. He first joined Rotary in 1990 in Richmond, Virginia and served Rotary District 7600 (Central and Southeastern, Virginia) as District Governor in the 2001 – 2002 Rotary Year. Randy and his wife, Chris, are Major Donors and Bequest Society Members of The Rotary Foundation. He has received the Citation for Meritorious Service in recognition of his work in support of the Rotary Foundation. Randy has served in numerous positions at the club, District and Zone levels and currently serves as the PolioPlus Chair for District 7710. In 2019 and 2020, Randy led teams of Rotarians on trips to Pakistan to participate in the polio national immunization days (NID) activities and to support water and sanitation projects in the cities of Karachi and Lahore, Pakistan.

Randy retired in 2017 after practicing law for 36 years as a partner in the law firm of Williams Mullen, a regional law firm with over 200 attorneys and offices in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. During his years with that firm, he served on the firm’s Board of Directors and was Chair of the firm’s corporate practice section. He now serves on the Board of Directors of The Sunrock Group, a privately held construction materials supplier of aggregates, hot mix asphalt, and ready mixed concrete materials.

Randy and Chris live in Raleigh, North Carolina, where Randy has been active in numerous community and civic organizations, including previous service with the Greater Raleigh Chamber (Board of Directors and Executive Committee), the Regional Transportation Alliance (Steering Committee), and as the North Carolina Governor’s appointee on an interstate high speed rail commission focused on improving rail service along the Southeastern corridor.