ABOUT

Randi Maya Sibonga is president and one of the four founders of MCSB, Inc.  Her company is a pioneer in airport concessions as the first women- and minority-owned business enterprise to operate retail stores at SeaTac International Airport. 

 

A proud native of Seattle, Randi has degrees in journalism and law from the University of Washington.  In her law career, Randi focused on championing the civil and human rights of youth and marginalized populations.  She practiced criminal, guardianship, civil commitment, and dependency law while working as a public defender in King County. Randi later worked as a civil rights/equal employment opportunity investigator and adjudicator before embarking full-time as an airport concessionaire and operator in specialty retail, news and gift stands, and cafes. In 2005, Randi became the first Asian American woman owner of airport duty-free stores in the United States.

 

In 2021, Randi realized a career-long dream and again broke barriers by joining forces and expertise with five seasoned minority airport concessions operators to form Concord Collective Partners (CCP).  As a direct tenant and prime operator at LAX, she and her partners own multiple quick-serve and full-service restaurants in Terminals 1 and 6.  CCP is among the first minority concessionaires to serve as a prime food and beverage operator in a major U.S. airport.

 

Community involvement is a priority and core value for Randi. Supporting and advocating for young people experiencing homeless is a notable area of passion.  Through many years of providing access to higher education and needed resources for marginalized youth, she has witnessed countless young peoples’ transformation, achievement of self-sufficiency and independence, and discovery of personal fulfillment. Inspired by these experiences, in 2011 Randi and her husband created the “Gateways Scholarship Program” at Western Washington University for those whose lives have been impacted by homelessness. Through this program, they have sponsored 12 young people, all first-time college graduates in their families.  In the same spirit, MCSB, Inc. created the Highline Schools Foundation’s “Gateways Scholarship Fund” in 2019 to benefit young people in the SeaTac and Burien communities.

 

Randi is proud to be a social justice-driven professional, pioneering business owner, and active community advocate and contributor.

Kali Shilvock joined MCSB Incorporated in 2015. With an educational and professional background in marketing and communications and nonprofit development, Kali is thrilled to integrate her strategic business and marketing expertise, passion for local retailing, and love for SeaTac International Airport in her capacity as Vice President of Operations and Communications.

 

In addition to local retailing, Kali also fosters a strong passion for wellness and cooking with the Pacific Northwest’s bounty of fresh, delicious, local ingredients. With many years of experience working in the community as a cook and as an agent for small businesses and producers, Pike Place Market, and Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Markets, Kali is thrilled to leverage the relationships she's built to connect travellers to the amazing food and products from small, local Washington businesses. 

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With a background in fashion and retail, Reed Shilvock brings expertise in strategic design and merchandising to the MCSB team. His eye for detail and product knowledge are great resources for our stores and team. Reed is a Seattle native with a passion for art and community. He is proud to be a member of the SeaTac retail community as Operations Supervisor for MCSB, Inc.

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