Randall Mass is an International Strategic Advisor with 30+ years of experience working with International Fortune 500 and Federal executives, the White House (i.e., OMB, OA, Joining Forces), Political Appointees across both the Bush and Obama Administrations, and legislators on Capitol Hill.
Mr. Mass has had the honor of working across both party's administrations at the Executive Branch where his consulting firm supported the Executive Office (White House) across both the Bush and Obama Administration. Mass currently assists companies and individuals in gaining market access to the people and information they need to enter the global marketplace, and contact trusted international advisers.
He counsels corporations and nonprofit organizations on Strategy and Mergers & Acquisitions, Global Market Access & Trade, Strategic Intelligence, Communication Strategy, and operations & I.T. Consulting. His experience is broad and deep with clients including some of the best - recognized names today. These include: Coca-Cola, American Express, McDonald’s, the Executive Office of the President, Procter and Gamble, the Federal Aviation Administration, Commerce Clearing-house, Alexander and Alexander, CSC, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, General Electric, Georgia Pacific, PeopleSoft, Royal Dutch Shell, Nations Bank, Aetna, Kmart, American International Group, Inc., and Lock-heed Martin.
Mr. Mass has a reputation among his peers as a 'get-it-done' man who pushes through bureaucracy and barriers, while applying deft international diplomatic skills, to building and sustaining relationships with the global elite.
Today, Mr Mass is working strategically on The Art and Diplomacy Foundation. The Art and Diplomacy Foundation is a strategic think-tank and implementation firm. The Art and Diplomacy Foundation's work with globally-recognized world leaders, and influential individuals, is geared toward designing and implementing programs at the executive, government, and community levels—using Art as a vehicle for diplomacy, change, and as a benefit to all humanity. We are planning and implementinghaveimplemented programs in the United States, Taiwan, Monaco, Greece, South Africa and we are developing initiatives today for Nigeria and Cuba. Art's ability to transcend language, class, and social distinction, makes Art invaluable in the Diplomatic Process. We strive to promote the United States as a country of peace, harmony, and democratic values.