Meet Our Business Development Team

Ian Johnston

Vice President, West Coast

In his role as Vice President of Business Development, Ian leads immersive-based based learning initiatives that accelerate Fortune 500 organizations’ strategic goals and develop leaders that can thrive in an ever-changing global marketplace. He works with organizations across a broad range of industries, and has extensive experience working with Professional Services, Financial Services, Energy, Retail and Technology firms.

Sowmya Sudhindranath

Vice President, Strategic Partnerships

Sowmya is a learning and change management professional with extensive knowledge in facilitating, designing, and deploying learning and change programs for global organizations. She has developed learning strategies for large-scale change programs and has experience coaching senior leaders. Her industry experience includes health care, mining, financial services, life sciences, and the public sector. Sowmya has an executive certificate in learning and organization change from Northwestern University in addition to a bachelor of engineering degree from Bangalore University and a master’s degree from Texas A&M University.

John Thomas

Vice President

John has worked with hundreds of Fortune 500 corporate clients worldwide as well as with leading business schools. His 30+ year experience of designing, customizing and delivering The Regis Company’s 200+ simulations has provided John and TRC with a broad range of knowledge in the areas of leadership, strategy, organizational behavior, engaging others, customer intimacy and financial, business & industry acumen.

Dan Riis

Vice President, Midwest

Dan has served as Vice President of Business Development for The Regis Company for the last 8 years. He originates and fosters relationships with Fortune 500 executives to pinpoint effective simulation and immersive strategies that solve their most critical strategic, operational, and talent management challenges.

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