Jonathon D. Randle was elected to the Prairie View City Council 2013 and was re-elected to a second term in 2015. Currently serving as Mayor-Pro Tem, Mr. Randle has earned a reputation for fiscal responsibility, servant leadership, and a commitment to the people of Prairie View, TX.
Born in Brenham and raised in Prairie View, Jonathon attended Waller Public Schools and earned a name as a three-sport athlete at Waller High School, where he played football, basketball and ran track for the Bulldogs. He later received a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology from Texas Lutheran University while continuing a successful football career. Leading with his passion for education, mentorship, health and fitness, Jonathon accepted positions with the Hempstead Independent School District and most recently with Waller High School, where he serves as a teacher as well as a football and basketball coach.
Councilman Randle believes that “to whom much is given, much is required.” He is proud to be from Waller County and believes it is important to give back to the community that has invested so much into him. That’s why he is involved in a variety of professional, civic and community organizations, including the Texas Black City Councilmembers and Mayors Association, Waller County Democratic Club, the ICU Trailriders and the Young Elected Officials Network. He is also an active member of the Greater St. Peters Missionary Baptist Church.