Every non-profit board has a critical role to play when it pertains to driving revenue for its mission. In this conversation, participants will hear about best practice as it relates to fundraising ROI, reasons why donors give, primary/secondary board responsibilities, and how to choose new board members.
Randall Hallett is the CEO and Founder of Hallett Philanthropy. He has spent his entire career in and around nonprofits. Randall finds a great vocational passion in helping organizations seek funding to meet their mission. He believes, by both personal and professional experience, that “giving” is good for one’s emotional and physical health.
Randall was formerly the President and a Principal Consultant for Gobel Consulting, the leading firm in healthcare philanthropy. He has worked with systems, hospitals and medical centers in 19 states and 3 foreign countries. His clients include Intermountain Health System, Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) System, Dignity Health System, AdventHealth System, Indiana University Health System, Banner Health System, University of California Irvine, Baylor University Medical Center, University of Missouri, University of Miami, Marshfield Clinic Health, Manitoba Children’s Hospital (Canada), Genesis Health, and St. Vincent’s Current (Australia). He oversaw all of the client program aspects on behalf of the 20+ person firm. His last 4 years were the firms most profitable.
Prior, at the University of Nebraska Medical Center as the Chief Development Officer (CDO) and MedCenter Sr. Executive, Randall was responsible for all aspects of fundraising including the introduction of a major gift solicitations program through physician engagement, a concierge program, and a planned giving effort, all of which led to a 600% increase during his tenure. He and his team supported the $370 million dollar 18-month fundraising effort for the Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center. Prior to the MedCenter, Randall spent 15 years in various non-profits, all in the chief development officer role.
Randall has a bachelor’s degree in business/finance, an MBA, a law degree where his personal emphasis was in taxation issues of estates/trusts, and an educational doctorate in leadership.