In addition to her role as General Manager of
the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, Yvette Thomas-Henry has been
appointed as Regional Vice President of
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.
Thomas-Henry will now be responsible for the operations at Four
Seasons Resort Nevis, a AAA Five-Diamond resort, as well as Four
Seasons Hotel St. Louis, a AAA Four-Diamond hotel.
Thomas-Henry’s career with Four Seasons spans over a decade,
including senior management roles in New York, Washington DC and
During her tenure in Atlanta, the hotel has continued to
thrive as the only AAA Five-Diamond and Forbes Five-Star hotel in
the city - an accolade it’s held since opening in 1997.
record setting years, Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta is currently
finishing a multi-million-dollar renovation in preparation for
Super Bowl LIII, which will take place in Atlanta in February 2019.
Since her arrival in Atlanta in 2015, Thomas-Henry has
actively engaged in the greater Atlanta community, with a variety
of organisations. She sits on several boards, including the
Midtown Alliance, the Alliance Theater at the Woodruff Arts
Center, The National Black Arts Festival and the Metro Atlanta
Chamber. Thomas-Henry also sits on the executive committee of the
Georgia Hotel and Lodging Association and is a member of their
Women in Leadership Steering Committee.
“I feel honoured and
privileged to take on this role with Four Seasons where I will
help to create a lasting legacy for the hotels and resorts I will
oversee,” said Thomas-Henry. “Atlanta, Nevis and St. Louis are
dynamic destinations full of art, entertainment, culture and
business and I look forward to working with these talented teams
to push the boundaries and achieve even more success.”
St. Thomas, USVI and raised in St. Croix, Thomas-Henry was
encouraged by her mother to be the best at whatever she did. After
earning her Bachelor of Arts from Pace University, Thomas-Henry
went on to receive a Master of Science from Audrey Cohen College
in New York.
Throughout her career, Thomas-Henry has developed a
sharp eye for detail and a dedication to the community she calls
home. Under her leadership at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, the
hotel’s community outreach team, made up of hotel employees, has
logged more than 500 hours of service for local organisations
across the city.