Sustainable City Network, Inc. is led by owner and founder Tom Woodward and executive editor Randy Rodgers, who bring decades of media experience to the business. Click here to Contact Us!
Tom Woodward, President/CEO
|Tom founded Sustainable City Network, Inc. in 2010, and provides overall strategic direction and leadership. Prior to founding the company, Tom was Vice President at Woodward Communications, Inc., a multimedia company based in Dubuque, IA, where he was responsible for the company’s overall strategic growth and diversification plans as well as acquisitions. During his 20-year tenure at WCI, Tom led the company’s B-2-B trade publishing group, founded and led the Internet/Agency service group, and completed several key acquisitions. He continues to serve on WCI’s Board as its Corporate Secretary, Governance & Board Development Chair, and as a member of its Executive Committee. Tom also serves as a board director for Premier Bank, the Dubuque County Historical Society, Two by Two Education, the University of Dubuque, and he was Chair of the Finley Health Foundation. He received his BA in Communications from the University of Iowa and an MBA at the University of Dubuque.|
Randy Rodgers, Executive Editor
|Randy directs editorial content and audience development initiatives for all SCN products. With more than 25 years in the media business, Randy brings a diverse set of skills and experience to the position. Most recently, he served as director of electronic media at the Telegraph Herald in Dubuque, Iowa, where he was responsible for programming operations and creative services for the daily newspaper and its online products, THonline.com and AccessDubuque.com, among others. Randy previously held several management positions in editorial, advertising and information technologies at the newspaper and its corporate parent Woodward Communications, Inc., over the course of 21 years with the company. He earned his bachelor’s degree in photojournalism at Northern Illinois University and started his media career at the Kewanee (Ill.) Star-Courier and as Editor-in-Chief of the Galva News in his home town of Galva, Ill.|