In Memoriam 1950-2022 by Donna Maul
Prior to dedicating herself to her real estate practice, Nicki had spent years in the sales and marketing end of the radio and television industry in Los Angeles, Washington DC and San Francisco. She was also a school teacher in Australia for a few years. Nicki is greatly missed by friends, family, clients and former co-workers around the country. As her wife and partner of 26 + years, my loss is immeasurable. However, I hear her everyday. Especially when I need advice. Over the past 7 years working with her in real estate, Nicki showed by example how to be more of a people person and a tough but kind negotiator.
Appointment to the Palm Springs Human Rights Commission
On June 21, 2017 the City Council appointed Nicki Randolph to the Human Rights Commission for terms beginning July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2020. The Mission of the Palm Springs Human Rights Commission is to promote and protect the diversity of our community and to improve human relations through education and community awareness.
The Commission meets at 3:00 P.M. the second Monday of the month at the Palm Springs City Hall. Meetings are always open to the public and the Commission invites anyone with a human rights issue or question to speak during public comments at the beginning of each meeting.
Mentoring Cathedral City High School Students
From 2015-2018 Nicki mentored students in The Digital Arts Technology Academy (“DATA”), Cathedral City High School. DATA’s mission is to engage students in digital arts as a way to encourage them to graduate and to prepare them for post-secondary education and the work world.