Our Leadership

Randy Mitchell 3Randall R. Mitchell

Randy Mitchell has been a professional in the area of business/executive management for over 35 years.  Mr. Mitchell's prior background includes managerial/executive positions within the manufacturing environment for major U.S. companies in the consumer electronics industry; namely, Zenith, RCA, and Philips North America.  He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Marketing and Finance from the University of Evansville.
Mr. Mitchell is looking forward to serving White County as the new President of the White County Economic Development Organization. "When we look at economic development, the engine that pushes us is growth, and all strategies should be directed towards that goal. Today, there is a tremendous amount of momentum within White County.  I want to ensure that we sustain the businesses we have as well as attract new businesses that will fit into our overall economic strategy."

 Randy Price

Randy Price

Randy Price, CEO
Carroll White REMC

Randy has worked in the Rural Electric Program for 25 years.  Under his leadership he managed the successful consolidation of Carroll County REMC and White County REMC after members voted to consolidate in 2011.  In 2012 Carroll White REMC opened for business.  The first year is existence the new cooperative realized a cost savings of approximately $600,000 directly attributed to the consolidation.  Currently, Randy is the President of the White County Economic Development Board and a member of the Carroll County Economic Development Board.  He has been a key proponent in economic growth along Interstate-65, he Mid-America Commerce Park, the medical corridor on South Sixth Stree in Monticello which includes IU Health White Memorial Hospital and the Hoosier Heartland which recently celebrated its completion in Carroll County.  Under his direction, Randy oversaw the creat of the Carroll White REMC Revolving Rural Economic Development Loan and Grant Program (REDL&G). The purpose of this fund is to assist in the retention and creation of jobs that significantly benefit rural areas including commuinty projects or infrastructure improvements that enhance the ability or rural communities to attract business and industry.Randy Price