SECRETARY, MAYS FAMILY FOUNDATION
Randall Mays is born and raised in San Antonio, Texas and remains a devoted community member. Randall is currently Co-Managing Partner of Mays Family Enterprises and CEO of Running M Capital. He serves on the boards of Live Nation Entertainment, Digital Defense, Spinal Stabilization Technologies, BuildGroup Technology Fund, Saint Mary’s Hall and San Antonio Academy. Randall is also the Co-Founder of the NeuroElasticity Project, while learning and exploring opportunities within Consciousness.
Randall’s intellectual curiosity is well served through his range of active commitments. Mays Family Enterprises (MFE) is a family office fund that partners with trusted and experienced management teams to invest in profitable companies with strong opportunities to grow their core businesses and pursue new market opportunities. Running M Capital is an agile private investment firm supporting innovative and passionate entrepreneurs with novel ideas and technologies. Running M Capital’s investments are diverse and investment decisions focus primarily on the drive and vision of the individual entrepreneurs.
After graduating from the University of Texas in Austin, Randall began his career in Dallas with Trammell Crow Company as an analyst before completing his MBA at Harvard Business School in 1991. He then joined Goldman Sachs & Co. mergers and acquisitions team before spending over 15 years at Clear Channel Communications (now iHeartMedia). Randall Mays held various leadership roles including Vice Chairman and President at Clear Channel Communications. While at Clear Channel, Randall led the strategic initiative to further consolidate the Live Entertainment business through its wholly owned subsidiary Clear Channel Entertainment. Randall oversaw its spinout into the publicly traded company now known as Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE:LVY). During this period Randall was the CEO of Clear Channel Entertainment and served as the Chairman of Live Nation from its inception until its merger with TicketMaster. After stepping down as Chairman in 2010, Randall remains on the board as Chair of the Nominating and Governance Committee and a member of the Executive Committee.
Randall has a personal interest in neuroscience and consciousness. He is currently incubating a donor collaborative, the NeuroElasticity Project, to fund cutting edge research and development in neuroplasticity and brain health optimization, as well as exploring opportunities to fund research and business opportunities within human consciousness through the non-profit group Sankalpa.
Randall is a devoted father to his four children who are most often by his side as he explores his passion for travel, talking to strangers, mentoring, fly fishing, pickleball, cooking and hiking.