Randall Toure is the President of the African American International Chamber of Commerce, Inc. A member driven organization whose purpose is to increase African-American business presence across the globe and to help to broaden members’ business potential by leveraging the strength and contacts of the AAICC with businesses, corporations and political leaders from around the world.
Mr. Touré is a partner and CEO of Tundra Development, Inc., a real estate consulting and development firm.
Mr. Touré is the Treasurer and Chair of the Economic Development committee of the NYCHA branch of the NAACP. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the African American Real Estate Professionals of New York. .
Mr. Touré is currently, Treasurer of the Board of Directors of America’s Charities- Children’s First. America’s Charities is a national workplace giving organization that represents over 100 charitable groups such as the Make A Wish Foundation and Reading is Fundamental.
Mr. Touré is an adjunct professor at New York University teaching Economic Development in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
He was an adjunct professor at Medgar Evers College in the School of Public Administration teaching courses in Non Profit Management as well as Strategic Planning and Budgeting.
He has been appointed by the NYC Mayor’s Office to the Board of Directors of the Council on the Environment of New York City now known as GrowNYC.
Mr. Touré was Vice President for Community Development for Forest City Ratner Companies (FCRC).
Prior to working with FCRC, Mr. Touré was the Director of Community Relations for Assemblyman Roger L. Green, in which he was responsible for working with and assisting constituents groups throughout the 57th Assembly District as well as the rest of the state.
Mr. Touré is a former Revson Fellow at Columbia University where he concentrated on the entrepreneurial model in relations to the future of non profit and charitable organizations at the Columbia Business School.
A graduate of the City College of New York and Benjamin Cardozo School of Law started his legal career at the firm of Dellapa and Lewis which represented affordable housing developers in the early 90’s in Brooklyn, Queens, the Bro