The Serviam Partners team is heavily involved in organizations such as Growing Leaders, Catholic Charities Atlanta, The Autism Society of Georgia, Roses for Autism, Boy Scouts of America, EWTN, Ability Beyond Disability and many others. In addition to our volunteering and financial support, Serviam Cares was developed to provide all of our consulting and coaching offerings at a significant discount to great non-profit organizations around the U.S. who are promoting and serving worthwhile causes which align with our values and passions.

If you are a senior leader in a non-profit organization interested in discussing our services and the possibility of us working together, please contact us at


Client Recommendations 
Holly Moore, Vice President

Invaluable insights and advice

Randy has come alongside the non-profit I help to lead and provide invaluable insights and advice. He has been generous with his time and expertise to help us advance our mission to invest in the next generation. It only takes a short amount of time being around Randy to realize that his intellect is high, but is heart to positively impact everyone around him is even higher. I am honored to call him a friend and colleague.

Holly Moore, Vice PresidentGrowing Leaders
Paul J. Voss, Ph.D., President

Generosity of spirit

Randy is a person of enormous ability, energy, and creativity – he continually demonstrates business excellence and true professionalism. More impressive, however, is the generosity of spirit he brings to any relationship, to any task. I am struck, of course, by his work ethic and accomplishments; I am amazed, however, by his kindness and service toward others.

That is why I can recommend Randy without the slightest hesitation and in the strongest possible terms.

Paul J. Voss, Ph.D., PresidentEthikos
Terry Trout, VP, Service Delivery

The consummate “servant leader”

Randy Hain is the consummate “servant leader” focused not only on connecting talent to needs – but on connecting the broader Atlanta community to each other. His zeal for encouraging leadership growth, engagement in outreach and activism for integrating life, work and faith are contagious and admirable. He shares his expertise with generosity and I have personally seen individuals and groups benefit from their connection to Randy. I value my connection to Randy and appreciate the substance he brings to such organizations as Women in Technology, Catholic Business Leaders Conference, and St. Peter Chanel Business Association, to name a few. 

Terry Trout, VP, Service DeliveryCbeyond
Chester Elton, Author of NY Times best-sellers All In and The Carrot Principle

I love working with Randy and you will too

He is smart, engaging and always finds a way to make sure that whatever the project, everyone wins.

I have worked with Randy on three different projects and each one was better than the last. He is so well connected and well respected that he can bring together the right people at the right times to make anything a success.

On a personal note, Randy is dedicated to several charities and makes a positive impact on his community, his company and his faith.

I love working with Randy and you will too. I give Randy the highest of recommendations and after working with him you will too! 

Chester Elton, Author of NY Times best-sellers All In and The Carrot Principle
Bob Littell, Chief NetWeaver - creator of NetWeaving concept

New breed of 'servant leader' which our country so desperately needs…

The reason I have nominated Randy Hain for the Turknett Leadership Award in the CEO/Partner category is not only due to his exemplary leadership qualities but because he embodies all the characteristics of the new breed of ‘servant leader’ which our country so desperately needs – unequaled integrity, empathy, transparency, combined and with visionary leadership which makes people WANT to follow him on virtually any path he chooses to take. I’m proud to call Randy not only a valued business connection, but a close friend.

Bob Littell, Chief NetWeaver - creator of NetWeaving concept
Dan Stotz, Senior Director and Lecturer

Hard-working, honest, and humble…

If you have ever met Randy Hain, I know you would agree with me that Randy is truly “one-of-a-kind.” In my 25-year professional career, I have never met a person who is more hard-working, honest, and humble. He excels at whatever project he’s working on whether it’s for a client, a friend, or for the betterment of the community. I look forward to working with Randy for many years to come.

Dan Stotz, Senior Director and LecturerExecutive Education, Georgia State University