Learn about the Team at WMATA Bonds, including our General Manager and CEO, Executive VP and Chief Financial Officer, and Vice President and Treasurer.
Randy Clarke joined the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) as General Manager and CEO in July 2022. He’s not just Metro’s GM/CEO; he’s also a customer who uses the service every day. The insight Randy gets from his daily rides helps him lead Metro to innovate and improve on behalf of customers.
Before joining Metro, Randy served more than four years as President and CEO of Capital Metro in Austin, Texas, where he helped secure one of the country’s largest voter-approved transit referendums in US history. The initiative, called Project Connect, resulted in a multi-billion-dollar infusion for CapMetro’s capital program.
Prior to his work in Austin, Randy held key leadership positions in public transportation around the country. He served as the Vice President of Operations and Member Services for the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) in Washington DC from 2016 to 2018.
Randy also spent more than six years in various positions with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) in Boston, including Deputy Chief Operating Officer and Assistant General Manager of Engineering, Maintenance and Preparedness, and Senior Director of Security.
Yetunde Olumide is a finance professional with over 20 years’ experience in manufacturing, food service, education and transportation industries. Ms. Olumide has a BS in Finance from Tuskegee University where she graduated with honors and an MBA in International Business from Loyola College. Prior to Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), Ms. Olumide worked in various financial capacities, notably at Schlumberger and Newell Rubbermaid. Ms. Olumide currently serves as the Acting Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President at WMATA. She has been at WMATA for 12 years and previously served as Finance Manager and Director, Operating Budget, Vice President Finance, Office of Management and Budget. In her current role, Ms. Olumide is responsible for the financial integrity and administrative functions of Metro, including the collection of revenues and other income, purchasing all goods and services required by the Metro, accounting for the financial transactions of assets and liabilities, and planning and development. In addition, the CFO is responsible for Federal grants and risk management.
Robert Haas joined the Authority in January 2017, bringing 25+ years of public and private experience to the Office of Treasury. Highlights from his professional career include serving as a Manager of Treasury and Investments for Amtrak and Director of Treasury, World Kitchen, Inc.
Joy Graham joined the Authority's office of general counsel in January 2017, bringing 20+ years of public, private and legal experience to her role as finance attorney. She assumed her current role in the Treasurer's Office in 2022.