Randy Rolle

Randy Rolle

Mr. Rolle received his early education at St. Anne’s Primary and his secondary education from The Bahamas Baptist College, both in New Providence. He pursued and received his tertiary and professional education at Butler County Community, Bethune Cookman College, and Johnson& Whales University.

He has enjoyed a rewarding career in the hospitality industry, which has allowed him to travel and acquire international recognition. A 1998 C.H.A (Caribbean Hotel Association) Scholarship award winner, he has worked in Spain, Seattle and Boston, where he was acknowledged for his exemplary work ethics and representation of The Bahamas.

In 2008, Mr. Rolle received a Bravo Award from Starbucks International for playing a vital role in its market opening of its stores here in The Bahamas. In addition, the new consul general to Atlanta was one of the top three sales executive for Harbourside Resort at Atlantis from 2001 to 2003 and received awards for highest sales volume in the summer of 2003. He also headed the special operations department, a department that he created that was credited for a huge savings within the organization.

Just before his appointment, he was a certified project manager with The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. His appointment as Consul General of the Atlanta Consul General Office has made him the youngest officer to ever hold such a high position in The Bahamas foreign mission.

Very active in community and civic organizations, Mr. Rolle is also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity Inc., Masters of Excellence Toastmasters Club 933001, and a former American football standout with the Commonwealth American Football League’s Nassau Sunburners.

Mr. Rolle is a member of The Mount Tabor Full Gospel Ministries and is the proud father of one son, Deshaune Rolle. He is the son of former professional baseball player Randy Rolle Sr., of Bimini and Mrs. Karen Johnson from the Berry Islands.