Founder and President
With a college degree in theatre, Randall initially pursued acting and directing until he was lulled into non-profit administration.
Then, for two decades, he held executive positions with arts, education, and health non-profit organizations including the Dallas Theater Center and the American Diabetes Association.
In 1998, Randall acquired a small Dallas consulting group originally called the Corporate Citizen Group.
For the next 22 years, his company, re-named Elettore, offered community relations, corporate communications, and public affairs services. His team also managed websites and online communications for dozens of elected officials, political candidates, and political campaigns.
Retired now, as a volunteer he has created 24HourDallas, an initiative to boost Dallas at night, making it safer, more inclusive, and more economically vibrant for the 21st Century.
As board president of that all-volunteer, non-profit organization, he has pulled together 100 stakeholders to elevate the importance of Dallas’ nighttime economy.