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Welcome Our New Board Member, Reggie Roland, Principal Director of Partnerships at Interior Environments

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Reggie Roland, principal director of partnerships at Interior Environments, is the newest member of our Board of Directors.

“I’m honored and thankful to share that I have aligned with Winning Futures as a board member. I have always had a passion for supporting my community. This board position allows me to help students, especially those that look like me, to excel in high school and college and to achieve their educational goals,” said Roland.

Reggie has been with Interior Environments for almost two decades. He began his career there as an account manager and now serves as principal director of Partnerships. Interior Environments specializes in creating well-designed, pragmatic, and timeless office spaces. Some of their clients include General Motors, DTE Energy, and Wayne State University.

In his current role, Reggie facilitates the development and growth of key customer relationships, serves as the point person to many of the company’s strategic accounts, and shares the brand’s story in the marketplace as a representative of Interior Environments’ framework for an innovative culture.

Reggie holds board and committee positions at Humble Design and the Detroit Athletics Club, he previously held a board position with the International Interior Design Association. He also serves as a member of the Executive Committee for Allsteel, and Gunlocke Executive Leadership Committee, and Principal lead for Interior Environments’ Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

Kristina Marshall, president and CEO of Winning Futures, had this to say about Roland. “For the last year, Reggie supported our organization at our fundraising events and mentored one of our college students. The impact on his mentee has been tremendous. As a board member, I’m looking forward to seeing Reggie’s support, drive, and authenticity influence our organization at a higher level.”