Raymond “Raki” McGregor

Raki McGregor

Raymond “Raki” McGregor serves as the vice president of new business growth within the digital products and services division at Novant Health. He works directly with Novant Health’s executive vice president and chief transformation and digital officer to explore and deliver new business opportunities that are enabled through the digital and technology channel.

Before transitioning to his current role, McGregor led the organization’s consumer strategy and products division as chief operating officer. He was responsible for the strategy, operation, and optimization of teams for community engagement, business innovation, and corporate health. Under his leadership, Novant Health achieved broader community healthcare engagement, key business partnerships, and greater alignment with community and consumer needs.

McGregor has a long history of leadership within the healthcare and technology fields with senior positions at Independence Blue Cross, TIAA-CREF, Coca Bottling Company Consolidated, Pillowtex, Unifi, and partnership at Stone Laurel Consulting, Inc. just prior to joining Novant Health. His areas of expertise include general management with a focus on driving innovation and strategic direction, building high performing, cross-functional teams, analytics, customer intimacy, business continuity, business and cultural transformation, and change management to name a few. McGregor’s strengths in the tech space include ERP applications, cloud computing, and mainframe systems.

He is passionate about driving growth in both companies and communities and has excelled in developing the architecture to deliver on high demand outcomes. McGregor brings visionary, strategic and tactical expertise to the table with a track record of delivering transformational change, effective relationship management, outstanding customer experiences and expert navigation of challenging, changing, and volatile markets.

McGregor earned his bachelor of science in management from North Carolina A&T State University and completed the executive education program from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and he completed his master of business administration degree from Wake Forest University School of Business. With a commitment to service, McGregor has held board positions with Charlotte Works, Young Black Leadership Alliance, the North Carolina A&T State University’s board of visitors, and he served as board chair for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Charlotte. He has also been appointed to serve on the American Heart Association’s Changing Workforce National Task Force and serves on two Charlotte Executive Leadership Council work teams.

McGregor currently resides in Huntersville, North Carolina where he enjoys supporting the entrepreneurial endeavors of his wife and young adult children.