Randy WIAA staff admininstration

MEET WASATCH – We are starting a new monthly feature to help you get to know our staff . This month’s featured staff member is Randy Mitchell. Randy has been instrumental in getting our new website going (wiaa.org) and is an irreplaceable help at Wasatch. Here’s some more about Randy:

  1. Describe your job at Wasatch. I pretty much take care of all the forms, contracts, manuals.  I’m also the Hague Specialist and can answer most questions about the laws regarding international adoption.  I’ve been known to fix computer issues both hardware and software.  And in my spare time I do the bookkeeping.
  2. Favorite Wasatch memory or accomplishment.  That would have to be the 1st Hague accreditation way back in 2008.  Such a relief to get that done and over with.
  3. Favorite thing about working at Wasatch? I get to do many different job, it never gets stale
  4. How did you first get involved with Wasatch? One of the people working here said they needed a person to come in and do some computer work.  I guess they liked me so they kept me on.   Been almost 10 years.
  5. How did you get started with computer work? I was about 7 or 8 when by dad got our first home PC. It was an old 286 and I’ve been on computers ever since then.  I’ve also built a few computer of my own.
  6. Do you prefer Windows or Mac? Windows, definitely windows.  I like the customization of PC’s over macs and the fact the PC’s tend to play well with others.  Unlike Macs who only play well with other Macs.  I could go on and on and on….
  7. Do you have any hobbies? Yes.  Lately, I have been known to read a book or two.  I read almost anything, but prefer classics, science fiction, and fantasy.  I’ve also been known to play some video games if time allows, but sadly time doesn’t allow for that much anymore.
  8. If you could be on any TV game show, which one would it be? Probably Deal or no Deal.   That one looks rather fun and I sort of like to do math….
  9. What do you do for fun? I’m a huge soccer fan.  I have season tickets to Real Salt Lake.  I also read a lot.  My bookcases need bookcases.  I think I may have a problem.
  10. Any hidden talents? Ha if I said what they were they wouldn’t be hidden. I took piano lessons from the age of 5 to 12.  Then I switched to the Saxophone, both alto and tenor for 6 years,  I also tried the oboe for a year.   I did play in the marching band so I can do two things at once, which some people say I can’t do 😉 .   I’ve also been cooking since I was 12ish and consider myself a good cook.

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