Randy Fifield is Vice Chair of the Fifield Companies, overseeing design, marketing & execution of Fifield apartment projects in Chicago and for CWP in Los Angeles. Those companies have 3,000 apartment units in development. In the 90's, Randy did neighborhood residential development, then partnered up with her husband Steve in 1999 and 2001 with loft condos (Gotham and Clinton Complex: 461 units) then the 28 story apartment tower at 180 North Jefferson in 2004 (283 units). This led to the $800 million K Station development with 2145 units in 5 apartment towers between 2006-2010 and the recently opened K2 (2013). A Northwestern University grad, Fifield is on the boards of Prentice Hospital & Children’s Memorial Hospital. In 2012 Randy was honored by the LA Lakers and Comerica Bank as Business Woman of the Year in LA, and appropriately named a ‘Lakers Girl’. Randy is the proud and involved mother of five children and was named Today's Chicago Women's "Mother of the Year" in 2003.