Randi moved from Manhattan to Downtown Tucson in 2001 and she has been going full speed ever since, developing projects and organizations that have helped make Downtown what it is today.
After a successful career in advertising and global branding in NY, Randi shifted her focus to real estate development with the development of the Ice House Lofts in downtown Tucson.
Randi Dorman is passionate about Downtown Tucson and arts and culture in the community. She was President of the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson for over 5 years and created a weekly email called “Randi’s Picks” that highlighted events in Tucson, with a focus on the arts and downtown. In addition Randi did branding consulting with Bromberg Consulting and is proud to be the Chairwoman of the Downtown Tucson Partnership.
“You never know where life is going to take you, and if you are open to the possibilities, the journey can surprise you in wonderful ways. That is why I am passionate about showing what is possible through our developments.”
Randi’s favorite role is that of mom to Skye, who is already making her own way and having positive impact on this community we love.
Randi is expanding her love for the community and is running to be the next Mayor of Tucson. Check out the Randi Dorman for Tucson Mayor website for more information and to get involved.
Rob Paulus is an architect, developer and musician who has been practicing architecture for over 20 years to create unique, award winning, and regionally-specific architecture. His approach to design is holistic and encompasses a broad range of influences that align to produce enlightening environments that improve the human experience. Rob’s approach to each design is to balance the triple bottom line of economic, ecological and social variables as he strives to create architecture with the ability to positively transform communities and civic life.
Over the course of his career Rob has received over 60 regional and national awards for a wide variety of project types and has been published extensively in architectural journals. He is past president of the Southern Arizona American Institute of Architects and is a frequent lecturer and guest critic throughout the United States.