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Randolph was the assistant director of the Department of Agriculture in Ohio from 1939 to 1944 and 1947 to 1948, under two Governors. In this role, she worked to protect the consumer, distributor and farmer by improving market news reporting and the grading and inspection regulations. One important component was to educate the consumer by standardizing label information to guide the consumer to making the best purchase.
In 1953, she was appointed assistant to the administrator of the farmers’ home administration.
Randolph died in 1968.