Randall Krantz is an expert on the multi-stakeholder partnerships and collaboration processes for a more sustainable world. Following a decade in the private sector with General Electric and a London-based energy startup, Randall joined the World Economic Forum and has spent the last 10 years working with business, government and civil society to create partnerships in the environment and sustainable development domains. From 2005-2012, Randall worked at the World Economic Forum, where he started up the Forum’s Climate Change Initiative and later started and became Director the Sustainability Initiative.
Seizing a unique opportunity, Randall then relocated to the Kingdom of Bhutan to advise the Royal Government on sustainable competitiveness ‘guided by the principles of Gross National Happiness’. While addressing development challenges, Randall laid the foundations for the Better Business Council, the nation’s first multi-stakeholder collaborative partnership to engage with the private sector. Randall has a degree in Mechanical Engineering, an MBA from IESE Business School in Barcelona and was a Global Leadership Fellow at the World Economic Forum. He is a member of the Steering Committee of The Partnering Alliance and is on the Program Advisory Committee for the Clinton Global Initiative.