john hall

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As an entrepreneur and professional manager, Hall’s career has focused on accelerating the growth and scaling of small businesses. He has owned or managed six private businesses, including an angel/venture capital fund and a NASDAQ-traded commercial bank with over $180 million in Total Assets. He served as Regional President of OneUnited Bank in Miami, FL, the largest Black-owned bank in the nation. He was successful in the turn-around of three troubled companies and served on the strategic acquisitions team for successful mergers and acquisitions valued at over $300 million. Over the last five years, Hall has managed Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses at Miami Dade College, an accelerator initiative that helps businesses to grow, to scale and to access capital. To date, over 435 business owners have graduated, representing over 7,400 jobs and over $750 million in aggregate revenues.

Hall has served on the boards of over 20 public and private sector organizations.  His past and present civic affiliations included serving on the Boards of Directors of Breakthrough Miami; The Business Assistance Consortium; The Black Archives History and Research Foundation of South Florida; Greater Miami Neighborhoods; “Tools for Change,” the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau; the Miami Dade College Foundation; the United Way of Miami-Dade County; Chair of the Fair Credit Reporting Practices Committee of the Florida Bankers Association; the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce and a Member of the Orange Bowl Committee, the New York Institute of Finance, the National Association of Investment Companies and the National Bankers Association. 

He was inducted into the South Florida Business Hall of Fame by the Florida Council on Economic Education. He received the “Economic Justice” Award by the Miami Dade Branch of the NAACP and the “Special Judges” Award for Economic Impact by the Beacon Council.  He received a B.A. degree in Accounting from Howard University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Hall is married to Marvelle McIntyre-Hall, Esq., and has three adult children.