Randi Parker focuses on cybersecurity as well as workforce development issues including IT and cybersecurity job training and certification, and immigration reform. She advocates on behalf of the IT industry to members of Congress, the Executive Branch and government agencies. Ms. Parker serves on the Executive Committee for the IT-Sector Coordinating Council and is the Board of Directors of the Cybersecurity Credentials Collaborative. Parker also sits on the Advisory Board for the California Cybersecurity Information Sharing Organization.

Prior to joining CompTIA, Parker served as director of counsel of federal government relations for TechAmerica, before it was acquired by CompTIA. In this role, Parker was responsible for issues related to cybersecurity, immigration, smart grid, and STEM education. She managed various association committees while actively lobbying on Capitol Hill.

Parker began her career in Washington as legislative counsel to Congressman John Shadegg (R-AZ). She was the Congressman's lead staffer on the Energy & Commerce Committee's Communications, Technology and Internet Subcommittee, as well as the office attorney. In addition, she was responsible for judiciary, immigration, national security, and foreign relations issues. Parker graduated cum laude from American University and holds a law degree from New York Law School.