Reneldo Randall, M.B.A. is a dynamic and savvy authority on successful leadership in advancing human and intellectual capital with 18+ years of leadership experience, 13+ years of business experience, and more than 15k hours of advising and coaching. Mr. Randall is currently employed by Old Dominion University as the Director of Advising for the College of Sciences and the Co-chair for the Pre-Health Advisory Committee. He is formally an adjunct business professor at Bryant and Stratton College.


He serves as the chair of the board of directors for the Black BRAND the Hampton Roads Black Chamber of Commerce, Is the co-founder and CEO of a local non-profit, is a minority business investor, and is a graduate of The United Way’s award-winning Project Inclusion Board Governance Leadership program. He has experience starting and running two consulting businesses and is a published author.


Mr. Randall is a big-picture visionary who understands how daily operations shape results and goals.  As a motivated achiever, he is recognized domestically and abroad for combining excellence, integrity, and innovation with best practices and “common sense” to achieve immediate and long-term goals.  As a higher education administrator, non-profit leader, business strategist, and leadership consultant he is an effective manager of people with unsurpassed interpersonal skills.