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Claudia Randall

Claudia Randall Assumes Obesity Medicine Association Executive Director Role

Monday, December 11th, 2017

Obesity Medicine Association
Following a national search conducted by the Sterling Martin Associates team, the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA) selected Claudia Randall as its next Executive Director. The search focused on finding an individual with leadership skills who was also an excellent communicator and relationship-builder. Ms. Randall has two decades of experience in the healthcare and non-profit industry.

Randall has earned her Master of Business Administration degree and a Bachelor of Science in Business/Electronic Commerce from the University of Phoenix, and over the years, she has helped organizations achieve top-performance by leading high-performing teams and delivering exceptional member value, inventive demand-generation, and successful events.

During her tenure with some of the nation’s largest health care membership organizations, she achieved record attendance numbers for conferences, built aggressive member and sponsor acquisitions and retention campaigns, and launched a number of educational and operational products and services that enhanced membership value. Notable associations with which Claudia has been associated include the National Stoke Association, the Medical Group Management Association, and the Association of Preoperative Registered Nurses, and other nonprofit and commercial organizations, among others. Most recently, she served as Director of Marketing and Communications with the National Stroke Association.

Obesity Medicine Association, located in Denver, CO, is the largest organization of clinicians working to advance the practice of obesity medicine and the treatment of patients affected by obesity. OMA members are physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, allied health care providers, residents, and students dedicated to treating obesity using a comprehensive, scientific, individualized approach that encompasses the four pillars of obesity medicine: nutrition, physical activity, behavior, and medication.