Transforming And Empowering The Lives Of People With Mental Illness By Supporting Independence And Preventing Homelessness
650 Howe Ave. Bldg 400-A
Sacramento, CA 95825
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Randi L. Knott currently serves as the Intergovernmental Relations Officer for the City of Sacramento. Appointed to the position in 2012, Knott has over 20 years of experience in government relations in the public, private and non-profit sectors. With an undergraduate degree in Political Science and a Masters in Public Administration from USC, Knott has an extensive background in public policy and crisis communications. From 2005-2010, she served as an appointee to the State Council on Developmental Disabilities as the Chair of the Legislative Committee and later as Vice Chair of the Council. She has also sat on the Sacramento County Mental Health Board and is a previous Board Member for TLCS. As an amateur comedian, she has participated in several Stand Up Sacramento Comedy Night events including the most recent one at the Crest Theater. A fierce advocate for people with developmental disabilities and those with mental illness, Knott spends much of her time working on policy related to these issues. Randi is currently serving as chair of the Fund Development Committee. Knott is a resident of Sacramento for over a decade and lives Carmichael with her husband Devin and son Presley (age 11).