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October 23, 2017

Obesity Medicine Association Names Claudia Randall, MBA, as New Executive Director

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Claudia RandallDENVER (October 23, 2017)—Denver-based health care non-profit, the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA), has named Claudia Randall as the new executive director effective October 23, 2017.

Randall, 49, has two decades of experience in the health care and non-profit industry. She has contributed to the growth of some of the nation’s largest health care non-profit organizations and recently worked as the director of marketing and communications for the National Stroke Association (NSA).

Prior to her role at the NSA, Randall served in a number of positions for the Medical Group Management Association, the Association of Preoperative Registered Nurses, and other leading non-profit or commercial organizations.

“I am thrilled to be named as the executive director of the Obesity Medicine Association and to have the opportunity to work alongside such passionate members, an extraordinary board, and talented staff,” said Randall.

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 has helped organizations achieve top-performance by leading high-performing teams and delivering exceptional member value, inventive demand-generation, and successful events.

In her tenure with some of the nation’s largest health care membership organizations she has 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.

“Claudia’s enthusiasm is palpable,” said Wendy Scinta, MD, president of OMA. “We know she will apply her dedicated and transformative leadership style and her passion for delivering member value to the executive director position at the Obesity Medicine Association.”