RanDee McLain is a US Navy veteran and served as a Master-at-Arms. During her career she was deployed to Iraq, and stationed in Kuwait and Spain. After being medically separated in 2009, RanDee went on to earn a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice from SDSU in 2012 and her Master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in Military and Veteran’s programs from USC.
Upon leaving the military, RanDee decided to make a career of serving her fellow veterans and their families. Her passions include serving post 9-11 veterans, specifically those that are justice-involved and/or those who have difficulty transitioning. She now manages Mental Health Systems’ Courage to Call program and continues to be active in the veteran community and the greater San Diego community.
RanDee currently assists with the San Diego Federal Veterans Treatment Court as the mentor coordinator. In her spare time RanDee is on faculty with Justice for Vets where she teaches new mentors and staff in the Veteran’s Treatment Courts across the country. In 2014 RanDee was named the San Diego County Veteran of the Year.