Randy Wilde is a project associate at the nonprofit Center for Sustainable Energy, where he manages local, state and national programs to accelerate the deployment of sustainable transportation technologies. Randy also serves as coordinator of the San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition, a public-private partnership to facilitate clean technologies and mobility options for San Diego's local transportation network. Randy has worked with a diverse range of local governments, regulatory bodies, and businesses and had the opportunity to present at numerous events and conferences.
Randy is passionate about many areas of public policy, including land use, affordable housing, transportation access, and food justice. Randy co-founded Eat City Heights, a nonprofit produce collaborative based at the City Heights Farmers Market, and is an active member of several other volunteer groups.
Randy received two bachelor’s degrees with magna cum laude honors from San Diego State University in International Security and Conflict Resolution and Environmental Studies and Sustainability.