Chief Talent and Culture Officer (CTCO)
Regina Johnson-Thomas joins Food for the Hungry (FH) as an expression of her passion for building engaged, diverse, and inclusive teams across all levels of leadership. With 17 years of experience in human resources best practice, Regina is passionate about justice, equity, and fostering the potential in others.
Regina’s extensive experience in human resources and leadership development includes key roles, including as Senior Human Resources Manager at Honeywell and a Human Resources Business Partner at Johnson & Johnson. Regina served in the U.S. Army for 12 years and brings to the role an academic background with degrees in criminal justice, administration, and organizational management. Regina hopes to serve the mission of Food for the Hungry by building a people-focused organizational culture of “collaboration and support.”
Regina received a B.S. in Criminal Justice and Corrections at Georgia Southern University, an M.S. in Administration from Central Michigan University, and an M.S. in Organizational Management and Doctorate in Organizational Leadership and Management from the University of Phoenix.
THE HEARTBEAT OF FOOD FOR THE HUNGRY…
“Food for the Hungry is an organization I have admired for some time both in terms of the vision it has for a better world and the impact it is having on communities every day to achieve this vision. I’m excited to have found a role where my beliefs, values and expertise can contribute to a greater purpose, as I help to build upon a people-focused organizational culture of collaboration, and support. I believe that for people to reach our full potential in the workplace, we need to work together for a common goal and I’m excited to be part of FH as it strives to reach its goal of achieving a world without poverty.”
– FH CTCO Regina Johnson-Thomas