Who we are
Randi Crawford graduated from Villanova University in 1990 and went to work in Los Angeles at a major motion picture ad agency, Seiniger Advertising. She began doing voiceovers for cartoons including Rimba’s Island (FOX), Old MacDonald s Sing-a-Long Farm (Lifetime), Little Mouse on the Prairie (Saban Entertainment/FOX) and more. After moving to the East Coast, she became the co-founder of Women First HealthCare, Inc., a public health care company dedicated to women peri through post menopausal, that consisted of three branches: a pharmaceutical sales force, a self-care catalog for women aged 40 plus, and an education program for practicing OBGYN’s. Randi worked with the top doctors in Western and Eastern medicine, including Dr. Deepak Chopra, developing content for educational programs for women and doctors across the country. She ran As We Change, a mail- order catalog that went out to over 10 million women across the country, addressing their self- care needs during pre, peri & post menopause. Her passion was giving talks to menopausal women, whose needs were not being met during their office visits. She loves inspiring women to learn about their bodies, the physical and emotional changes, and how they could empower themselves because one size does not fit all.
When her kids were 2 & 5 years old, Randi became a full time stay-at-home-mom. She landed on San Diego’s KOGO with her own radio show, Rant with Randi, a 2- hour program that aired periodically on Sunday nights. She was a columnist for the Rancho Santa Fe Review for 3 years writing about issues that pertained to parenting or current events and can be found online at www.delmartimes.net. Now Randi is following her true passion - raising her kids, freelance writing for the SD Metro, and hosting a podcast, Feeling Fabulous with Randi Crawford to inspire moms who took career breaks.
Randi lives in Del Mar with her husband of 20 years and her two children, ages 14 and 16.