In a contest against three other candidates to date, Randy Brown will also run for a seat on the Pleasanton City Council.
Brown, who served in the U.S. Coast Guard and then worked in construction and design earlier in his life, has been employed with PMZ Real Estate for the past 16 years.
Brown was elected to serve as chairman of the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce Board for 2020. He also held leadership roles with the Rotary Club of Pleasanton, ValleyCare Charitable Foundation and the Pleasanton Downtown Association.
"It has been a privilege to deepen my roots in Pleasanton by serving on several local Board of Directors and becoming highly active in our service organizations,” Brown said. “Working together with community leaders and doing our part to make Pleasanton the great place we know and love has allowed my commitment to Pleasanton to only deepen.”
Brown said he’s excited to be an integral part of the leadership that will help Pleasanton recover and thrive in a post-Covid-19 landscape. He noted the city will be facing many difficult and challenging decisions in the coming years. He believes strongly that his personal and professional background make him uniquely qualified to steer Pleasanton in the right direction.
"I attribute much of my personal and professional success to being a sincere listener, to acknowledging all sides of a situation and working collaboratively to find a solution with the highest and greatest benefit to all," he stated.