Randy Massengale ‘78
February 01, 2003
Randy Massengale received his bachelor’s degree in communication from Lewis & Clark College and his master’s of science in management from Antioch University.
Massengale is the founder and chief executive officer of Spinoza Technology, a Seattle-based company that provides wireless handheld devices and communication software. Over the past three decades, Massengale has worked in marketing, human resources, and operations management in organizations at the forefront of technology, including Tektronix, Intel, and Microsoft.
Massengale, a trustee of the College, established in 2001 the Randy Massengale Scholarship Fund for minority students at Lewis & Clark College. He is also a member of the board of regents at Seattle University, where he is an adjunct professor of management.
Massengale founded Cherubs, a venture capital group, and is a member of the board of directors of Social Venture Partners, which provides expertise and funding to nonprofit organizations. With his wife, Kit, he cofounded the Massengale Family Foundation, which supports education and children’s issues.
Massengale lives in Bothell, Washington, with his wife and their three children.