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University of South Florida

Assistant Director of MCOM Alumni Giving, Recognized as Culture Champion


Wyndham Randall, assistant director of alumni giving for USF Health Morsani College of Medicine (MCOM), was awarded a culture coin for her successful coordination of two prominent campaigns supporting MCOM. The MCOM MD White Coat campaign encouraged donors to sponsor an incoming MD student and help establish a scholarship for the new class. The campaign for USF Health in Water Street Tampa’s Legacy Commons gave alumni the opportunity to have their name forever etched in history on a special commemorative wall in Legacy Commons, a gathering place for students, located on the third floor of the new medical building on Water Street Tampa. Randall works closely with Brian Bognar, MD, MPH, vice dean of educational affairs for MCOM, and his team as liaison and “go to” person for scholarship and donor needs.

“She is always upbeat and willing to go above and beyond within the Morsani College of Medicine,” said Arty Giallourakis, associate vice president and chief development officer for USF Health Development and Alumni Relations.

On November 17, 2020, Randall was presented with a culture coin by Charles Lockwood, MD, MHCM, USF Health senior vice president and Morsani College of Medicine dean.