Reggie Humphrey is the Senior Manager of Supplier Diversity at General Motors and joined the team in July 2012. He is responsible for managing GM’s supplier diversity process of inclusion, which consists of over 300 certified diverse suppliers. Reggie began his career journey in 1995 as a Production Supervisor at the Moraine Assembly Center in Moraine, OH. In 1998, he relocated to the Detroit metro area and has since worked in several operational and planning capacities in multiple organizations including; Order Fulfillment, Supply Chain, Global Purchasing, and Logistics.
In addition to Reggie’s core responsibilities, he serves as a voluntary board member for several organizations including the Real Life 101 Scholarship & Mentoring Foundation, Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council, Great Lakes Women’s Business Council, WBE Canada, and the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council. Reggie also serves as a member of the NMSDC Supplier Diversity Advisory Council, President of the NMSDC Automotive Industry Group and Advisory Board Chairman for the Tuck School Minority Business Executive Programs at Dartmouth College.
Reggie was recently recognized as a 2016 Emerging Leader from the Rainbow Push Coalition, 2015 NMSDC Minority Supplier Development Leader of the Year, 2015 GLWBC Corporate Champion of the Year, 2015 Global Community Service Award from the Ajamu Group, and the 2015 MMSDC President’s Award. In addition, GM has recently received the following awards under his leadership:
• 2017 Corporation of the Year- Great Lakes Women’s Business Council (GLWBC)
• 2017/16 WBENC Top Corporation-Gold
• 2016 Corporation of the Year: MMSDC, MHCC, and APACC
• 2016/15 NMSDC Corporation of the Year: Category Award for Supplier Development
• 2016/15/14 “Best in Class -Excellence in Supplier Diversity” by GLWBC
Reggie holds a B.S. in Finance from Alabama A&M University and a M.S.A. from Central Michigan University.