Ann Arbor, Michigan, USACurrent position:
CEO of Everist Health Canada & Trustee at Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation
Randal Charlton is a serial Entrepreneur who has taken one start up from idea to IPO in six years and two other start ups to successful exits.
Randal Charlton currently serves as a trustee of the Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation, an operating Foundation based in Detroit that provides social service support to over 3000 older adults as well as a rapidly developing creative aging center that includes a wide spectrum of support to older adults from basic services to an art gallery for senior artists plus a wide range of creative aging programmes.
He is also an executive director of Everist Health Inc., an Ann Arbor based life science company that specializes in new technology focused on preventive health related to heart disease. He is CEO of Everist Health Canada, a subsidiary company based at Hotel Dieu Grace Hospital in Windsor.
Charlton was recognized in 2011 when at the age of 71, he was a winner of the national Purpose Prize, awarded to older adults who reinvent their careers and make a contribution to society. After a lifetime in private business, he took the role of executive director of Techtown in 2007, the business incubator of Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan.
During his period as director of Techtown he oversaw a major expansion in the services offered to people who were either retiring or unemployed and considering entrepreneurship. Between 2007 and 2011 over 8,000 people were introduced to the challenges of creating a new business.