Randy Greenwell (Indianapolis, Indiana) is the former Director of Bands and Performing Arts Department Chair of the nationally recognized Lawrence Central (LC) High School Performing Arts Department in Indianapolis, Indiana. During his time as a music educator, the Lawrence Central High School Marching Band was an 18-time Bands of America Grand National Championships Finalist and a two-time Grand National Champion. The Lawrence Central High School Marching Band was a 2001 Sudler Shield award recipient and a four-time Class A Indiana State Champion. They participated in prestigious national events such as the Tournament of Roses and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parades. His wind ensembles were consistent state finalists, being named ISSMA Concert Band State Champion on five separate occasions. In addition, the LC Jazz Ensembles were awarded honor band status at several jazz festivals throughout his tenure at Lawrence Central. Greenwell was named a “Distinguished Citizen of Indianapolis” in 2001. He was inducted into the Music for All Hall of Fame as well as the Phi Beta Mu Hall of Fame in 2018. In April 2023, Greenwell was recognized by the National Federation of High Schools as their Regional Music Educator of the Year. Greenwell actively judges for Bands of America, Drum Corps International, and Winter Guard International. He also guest conducts honor bands and does clinics on a variety of music education topics across the country. Greenwell currently serves on staff with The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps as an ensemble specialist.