Randy Martin is a seasoned professional with more than 35 years of experience in business and management consulting. His areas of expertise include: strategic planning; leadership engagement, coaching and development; management team effectiveness; talent management; organization design; and organization change management. Randy works primarily with non-profit organizations undertaking complex transformation initiatives and brings his expertise to coach C-level executives and their teams to improve organizational performance and accelerate achievement of strategic goals and desired operational results.
Randy has been active for many years in the non-profit arena and has recently established his own consultancy that focuses on delivering his areas of expertise to the non-profit, charitable and social enterprise sectors. In addition to serving clients, he participates on several non-profit boards and as a member of the national Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Leadership Council of the YMCA of the USA. Randy is also an adjunct faculty member at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, where he has lectured on topics such as Leading with Integrity, Building Global Virtual Teams, Human Capital Management and Consulting. Finally, he is the Non-Profit Initiative Leader for Social Enterprise @ Goizueta, an academic center that applies business acumen and market-based solutions to achieve meaningful and enduring societal impact.
Prior to forming his own consulting practice, Randy was a principal for 20 years with Deloitte’s Human Capital service area. Randy supported the efforts of Fortune 500 companies and other organizations to drive major strategy shifts necessary to meet the changing demands of their business or mission. He has extensive global experience with large-scale transformation projects and has led global teams and delivered projects in Latin America, Europe and Asia. Randy has also worked with social enterprises in the U.S. and Central America and, most recently, advised on mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures in the United States, Mexico, Germany and India.
While at Deloitte, Randy led a variety of pro bono initiatives supporting non-profits and participated in Deloitte’s Center for Leadership and Community, delivering a variety of skills-based workshops for non-profit senior executives and leaders in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area. Randy also participated as a “Champion of Change” on a White House Panel as a partner to the YMCA on the topic of Social Responsibility.
Randy held a variety of leadership roles during his tenure at Deloitte. He served on the U.S. Human Capital Leadership Committee and was U.S. and Global Human Capital Industry Leader for the Consumer Business Industry practice. He also served as a regional Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) leader and as a member of the National D&I Council for Consulting. In these roles, Randy designed and launched mentoring programs for diverse practitioners within the firm as well as led internal career sponsorship programs focused on the professional development of diverse staff.
Randy graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.A. degree in Sociology and a minor in Political Science from Georgetown University. He also holds a M.A. degree from Harvard University in the same discipline. He has been both a National Science Foundation Fellow as well as an American Sociological Foundation Fellow. Finally, Randy obtained a Certificate of Organization Design from the Center for Effective Organizations at the Marshall School of Business (University of Southern California).