Randy McCall recently joined the staff of the MBDA Center in Denver as the Executive Director. The Denver MBDA Business Center is one of 40 national centers under the Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency. Mr. McCall has been a corporate executive in the banking industry for over 40 years and comes to the MBDA Center of Denver with extensive experience in community development and engagement, relationship building, and financial management.
Randy’s vision and expertise in economic and business development, community and corporate relations, diversity and inclusion, and social responsibility has allowed him to be a successful as a banker and board member of several non-profit organizations as well as an appointee to County Government advisory boards.
Mr. McCall has served as a board member of Habitat for Humanity Colorado, Metro Denver Homeless Initiative, Housing Colorado, and the Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council. He has served both Denver and Adams Counties as a member of the Community Services Advisory Council for the last 10 years. He is currently a board member of the Next 50 Initiative and Brother Redevelopment, Inc. and serves on the community engagement board of A Precious Child.
Randy has provided financial counseling and budgeting seminars to the community throughout his career and also volunteers as a tax preparer at VITA site annually.
Randy earned a BS degree in Accounting from Bob Jones University in 1981 and was licensed as a CPA with the State of Colorado in 1985.