Randy Dodds is the Emergency Manager for the Facilities and Services Team (FAST) at Intel’s Jones Farm, Hawthorn Farm, Evergreen, Amber Glen and Cornell Oaks Campuses in Hillsboro, Oregon/Washington County. Responsible for Business Continuity Planning and Emergency Management operations at the largest and most complex Intel site in the world, Randy has had over twelve years of civilian sector experience in emergency response training and planning. A career Army officer prior to joining Intel, he served in a number of positions overseas and in the United States in positions on staff and in the field dealing with training and equipping foreign military forces, force protection, and numerous operational assignments with combat units.
His recent job history includes being Emergency Manager, Intel Corporation, FAST. Responsibilities include managing the Emergency Response Team program throughout Oregon FAST, serving a population of over 8,500 Intel employees on five campuses. He was the single point of contact for all emergency operations and served as the primary interface with Hillsboro Fire Department and Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue to coordinate and execute meetings, training and drills, as well as for issues involving Washington County Emergency Management, National Weather Service updates, H1N1 status reporting and inclement weather planning/notification.
He was Program Manager, Intel Corporation, Ronler Acres and served as the Incident Commander and Operations Section Chief at the Ronler Acres site Emergency Operation Centers. Prior to that he was Senior Facilities Manager, Intel Corporation, Ronler Acres. He was responsible for the safe operation of all environmental, waste treatment and waste disposal systems at Intel Ronler Acres site, encompassing five microprocessor factories and associated office buildings.
Randy served in the U.S. Army, Unites States Central Command. Randy’s last position in the Army before retirement was as the Chief, Plans, Programs and Policies, for the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, United States Central Command. Randy’s division was responsible for critical technology transfer approvals to key allies in the Middle East and East Africa, as well as the management of policies regarding personnel training, force protection and equipment transfers to over 20 countries. Randy began the planning and oversaw the execution of extensive force protection measures in Saudi Arabia, to include determining cost, housing, food, transportation, and physical security requirements for over 6000 American service members and their families. He and his team were responsible for the conduct and coordination of numerous complex international logistics agreements with Morocco, Tunisia, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Niger, Mali, Senegal, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Eritrea, to name a few.