Regenail Thomas, VP, Employee Experience at DA Blodgett-St John’s
Regenail Thomas currently works at D.A. Blodgett-St John’s as the Vice President of Employee Experience in Michigan and was first involved with this industry since 2021 according to ZoomInfo records.
At Holy Cross, Thomas excelled academically while simultaneously engaging in student activism. He opposed policies like affirmative action and school integration through busing which he saw as discriminating against Black students.
Early Life and Education
Regenail Thomas was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. She first began singing professionally while performing on college tours across the South in the 1960s, recording singles and albums under Minit Records before Imperial Records acquired them all.
Thomas obtained her Bachelor of Arts in psychology at the University of Florida before going on to Michigan State University to obtain a Master’s in Education. Since 2014, she has worked at DA Blodgett as Vice President, Employee Experience. This non-profit and charitable organizations company is located in Michigan in United States; she previously held leadership roles there as Director of Human Resources as well.
Achievement and Honors
SPJ recently honored Regenail Thomas, student advisor of this winning chapter, with their “Chapter of the Year” award for their commitment to journalism on campus and within its community. This prestigious recognition is bestowed upon large and small professional chapters across the country who support SPJ’s mission, members, and profession.
Thomas began her professional journey with DA Blodgett-St. John’s in 2021 and currently serves as Vice President. This company operates within the Non-Profit & Charitable Organizations industry and can be found in Grand Rapids, United States.
Regenail Thomas serves as a Vice President, Employee Experience at DA Blodgett. She has been working at this non-profit and charitable organizations organization for three years.
Thomas recorded for Minit and Imperial Records during the 1960s and quickly rose to become a sought-after performer on Southern college circuits. Later she worked at department stores as an automobile parts salesperson while still performing club dates on weekends.
Thomas made her mark as an actress through her memorable roles on television: she most notably appeared as Danny Thomas’ stubborn patient on NBC situation comedy The Practice and as a guest star in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Ballers and Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later as well as appearing off-Broadway productions such as The Guys, Vagina Monologues and Love Loss and What I Wore.