Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Meet the Newest Member of the INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center Board of Directors
OKLAHOMA CITY (May 22, 2017) – Reginald “Reggie” Johnson is the newly selected member of the INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center Board of Directors. Johnson brings more than 22 years of experience in the banking and financial services industry to the already accomplished and diversified 16-member board.
Johnson is currently a senior vice president of commercial banking at UMB Bank in Oklahoma City. Before that, he was a vice president and senior relationship manager at Wells Fargo Bank. He has also held various management roles at several different regional banks throughout the state.
He moved to Oklahoma in 2003 from New York City where he worked at Wall Street banking firms including JP Morgan Chase, Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Corporation, and Deutsche Bank. Johnson earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Ga., and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Oklahoma.
Johnson is excited to enter the health care realm where he believes his banking background will prove to be beneficial. “No matter what industry you come from, at the end of the day it’s all about customer service, and providing what UMB describes as the unparalleled customer experience,” says Johnson. “I’m anxious to learn more about the unique challenges that exist in the health care industry and to work with the other board members to develop creative and forward thinking solutions.”
He is a strong believer of community involvement and is personally committed to improving Oklahoma through service. On top of his INTEGRIS board duties, Johnson is budget vice-chair and commissioner of the Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau, commissioner of the State of Oklahoma Improvement and Zoning Commission and serves on the boards of Leadership Oklahoma City and Boy Scouts of America Last Frontier Council. He is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City Class 30, a member of Rotary Club 29, the past vice chair of the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City and a past board member of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber.
Each member of the INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center Board of Directors serves for three years, with a three term limit. Johnson officially begins his first term in June. He lives in Oklahoma City with his wife, Danné, and their two children ages 14 and 10.