Randall’s savvy combination of creative and analytical skill has made him much in demand since he joined Jackson Spalding in 2002. As a co-owner of the agency and a member of our Executive Team, he contributes significantly to Jackson Spalding’s growth and long-range planning. He also leads our Brand Strategy team, helping clients articulate – in simplest terms – who they are, what they do and why it matters.
Randall has deep experience leading client teams across a variety of categories, from Orkin to SCANA Energy to The Gretsch Company, with a focus on combining clear strategy, creative thinking and clockwork execution to deliver real business results.
Randall graduated magna cum laude from Wake Forest University’s Calloway School of Business and is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society. He started his career as business manager for Capital Area Preservation (CAP), a non-profit historic-preservation organization in Raleigh, N.C., and spent his weekends touring the East Coast as a singer-songwriter for the North Carolina-based rock band, “Drifting Through.”
When Randall is not making a splash at work or on stage with one of his two rock bands, Penny Western and The Little Kings, he makes one in the community. He is currently a member of the Rotary Club of Atlanta and Fernbank Museum of Natural History‘s Corporate Leadership Council. He is a former director and board chair of Camp Sunshine, a year-round program for children with cancer and their families, Voices for Georgia’s Children, an advocacy organization dedicated to making Georgia a better state for kids, and Atlanta Children’s Shelter, which helps homeless families build pathways to self-sufficiency. He also served as a long-time trustee of the North Atlanta High School Foundation and is a 2009 graduate of Leadership Atlanta, a 2012 graduate of Leadership DeKalb, and a former volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta.
Randall lives in Decatur with his wife Amy and their children Miles, Callie and Gabriel. One of his most memorable moments? Opening for Bob Weir of “The Grateful Dead.”