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    Dr. Emerson ‘Randy’ Hall, Jr., has a long professional career in strategic marketing and program effectiveness.  Randy’s expertise includes activating patient advocates, professional societies, thought leaders, consumers and other stakeholders to meet both corporate and not-for-profit objectives.  He is highly skilled at designing and directing the integration and implementation of advocacy and professional relations, thought leader development, multi-cultural marketing, direct-to-consumer marketing, and coalition building programs.

    Randy has been responsible for generating hundreds of millions of dollars in revenues by successfully leading new business development, strategic marketing initiatives, and constituency

    and public relations programs within the pharmaceutical, information technology and market research industries.  While improving health care awareness and treatment for a host of diseases, including prostate cancer, stroke, diabetes, sepsis, osteoporosis, sarcoidosis, depression and an array of other major mental illnesses, Randy has led efforts to drive tens of millions of patients to better health treatments and outcomes.

    Randy has decades of actively helping not-for profit organizations to develop strategic marketing plans, improve programmatic effectiveness and increase their funding and donations.  He has been on the board and/or volunteered for numerous groups including the National Medical Association, National Osteoporosis Foundation, Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research, St. Vincent’s Hospital Network, American Diabetes Association, Association for Clinicians for the Underserved, Habitat for Humanity, Save The Children, Mentoring in Medicine, 100 Black Men of America, New Federal Theater, The Johns Hopkins University, Howard University Public Television, the Coppin State University Development Foundation, the University of Maryland Baltimore Foundation, and many more.

    Randy is a recipient of the first ever Dedicated Advocate for the Underserved Award from the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved, the society of health care professionals that treat the poorest and neediest within our country.  He has won awards and recognitions for many of his efforts, including the Award for Outstanding Service… from the American Diabetes Association and a coveted Telly for Beating the Blues, an award winning series of stigma-busting, mental health PSAs (public service announcements).   The National Mental Health Association awarded Randy for dedication to their Campaign on Clinical Depression; and, he is co-recipient with wife, Dr. Freda C. Lewis-Hall, of Coppin State University’s Life Time Achievement Award.

    Prior to retirement, Randy maintained a consulting practice, specializing in creating relationships between for-profit and not-for-profit organizations to improve health care outcomes.  Projects included developing strategic marketing plans for infectious disease medicines and improving program efficiencies for neurological disorders.  He has also assisted on projects with the Healthcare Business Women’s Association as well as the Power to End Stroke.

    Randy has a Ph.D. in Public Service from the University of Maryland System and a Bachelor of Science degree from The John Hopkins University.  Randy has also completed course work and training at several institutions including George Washington University’s Masters in Telecommunications, Georgetown University Graduate Studies in Legislative Affairs and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

    In his spare time, Randy, Gentle Grey Wolf, (tribal name), helps the Nanticoke Indian Association and people.  He oversees the operation of several entrepreneurial efforts.  He travels extensively to enjoy the world’s best deep sea fishing and great family vacations with his loving wife, three children, son-in-law, five grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends.