Minus three years with Gulf Publishing Company, Mike has spent his entire professional career building Randall-Reilly into what it is today. After serving as President since 1984, Chief Operating Officer since 1987, and Chief Executive Officer since 2002, he became Chairman of the Board of Directors in 2015. Under his leadership, Randall-Reilly has seen tremendous growth. Mike served on the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Birmingham Branch from 2007-2012. Mike participates in numerous charities and is an active member of the local community.
Brent Reilly assumed the role of President in 2012 and Chief Executive Officer in 2015. In tradition with his father, he has engineered several strategic changes since his assumption of the role. Prior, Brent served as Vice President of Marketing for the company. Before that, he was General Manager of operations for Randall-Reilly’s Events. Brent has an undergraduate degree from Auburn University and earned a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Alabama. When he is not defending his alma mater to the Tide Nation, he enjoys fishing and reading.
After serving for three years as company treasurer, Shane Elmore was named Chief Financial Officer. He was promoted to Chief Operations Officer in 2015. Prior to joining Randall-Reilly, Shane was employed by Arthur Andersen as an audit manager in its Birmingham, AL office. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Shane graduated with honors from the University of Alabama in 1993 with degrees in accounting and finance.
Russell McEwen joined Randall-Reilly in 2015 as Chief Financial Officer. He previously worked for NCP Solutions, Roadmaster, and DP Fitness. During his 30 year career, he has gained critical experience in strategic management, financial systems, and mergers and acquisitions. Russell has experience working in finance in both private equity and public Sarbanes Oxley environments.
Russell graduated with an undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama in 1985, and has a Masters of Business Administration from Auburn. He earned his CPA in 1995.
Scott Miller joined Randall-Reilly in February of 2000 in sales for Trucking Media. With his unique strategic abilities, he founded the Recruiting Media division. In 2012 he was promoted to his current position. Scott served in the Air Force from 1992-1996. He previously worked for an industrial paper supply house where he received training in managing customer service and sales. When Scott isn’t fishing, he’s planning an elaborate new strategy just for fun.
Robert Lake has been with the company more than 20 years, providing a constant example of leadership and innovation. As Senior Vice President of acquisitions and business development Robert was instrumental in the successes of both Motor Media and Truck Stops Express. Robert serves as a board member of NATSO, the national trade association representing truck stops and travel plazas.
Nick Reid came over to Randall-Reilly in 2008 with the acquisition of eVision Marketing Group. Showing tremendous leadership and initiative he was promoted to his current position of Vice President of Digital Services. Under his leadership the department has grown exponentially. Reid has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Alabama and holds a Masters in Business from Carnegie Mellon. He was previously employed by Hewlett Packard and has worked in online media since 2004. Besides writing complicated code, he enjoys working outside on his skid steer.
Prior to her promotion, Linda served as Vice President of editorial for Randall-Reilly for nine years. She served as editor of Overdrive beginning in 1996 before being promoted in 1999 to Editorial Director of Trucking Media. Prior to joining Randall-Reilly, Linda worked in public relations and corporate communications at Communication Concepts Unlimited in Racine, WI. Before that, Linda spent 10 years in editorial positions with Johnson Hill Press, now Cygnus, in Fort Atkinson, WI. Linda is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
McCants began his career with Randall-Reilly in September of 1998 in sales for Trucking Media. Showing tremendous leadership, his time here has seen numerous promotions. In 2001, he became Director of Sales of eTrucker.com and then moved to Associate Publisher and then Publisher for Commercial Carrier Journal. He was then promoted to Vice President of Media Operations before his current position. He holds of Bachelor of Science from the University of Alabama.
Prior to joining Randall-Reilly, Shane served as the Director of Management Information Systems with First Federal Bank. He holds a B.S. in Finance with a concentration in investment management and a Master’s in Business Administration. He currently serves on the board of the SIM Alabama chapter, Junior Achievement of West Alabama, and Northridge High School Soccer Booster Club, and Warrior Baseball. He has served on the SIM national committees for communication, branding and SIMposium. He’s also the proud father of Manon, Kate, and Walt and husband of Lindsay Kilgore.
Prescott Shibles joined Randall-Reilly in 2014. As Vice President, Audience, Shibles oversees Randall-Reilly’s corporate audience intelligence assets. He and his team are tasked with on-boarding offline audience data and developing predictive profiling, audience targeting, and magazine circulation. Prior, Shibles served as Chief Digital and Marketing Officer for Advantage Media and as CEO of Vital Business Media.
He was recognized by Min on their Best of the Web and Digital Innovators lists.
Julie Arsenault oversees corporate communications and marketing for Randall-Reilly, focusing on creating value and clarity for clients. Before coming to Randall-Reilly, she was Creative Director for the award-winning internet marketing firm, WSI Webworks. While there, she developed integrated marketing strategies for a wide variety of businesses across the United States. Julie joined Randall-Reilly in August 2011. When she’s not trying to read everything on the internet, she’s usually teaching herself something like Spanish or web development.