Thomas plays a key role in supporting Verger’s client service model: Engage, Integrate, and Educate by maintaining the processes, materials, and systems that support current and prospective clients.
Prior to joining Verger, Thomas utilized his skills in communication, administration, and advocacy as a Parent Support Specialist at The Parenting PATH, a non-profit organization in Winston-Salem serving children and families.
Thomas earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology and business administration from Lees-McRae College and a Master of Arts in Human Services from Wake Forest University.
Thomas is passionate about community engagement and serves with the United Way’s Emerging Leaders United group, serves as a Big with Big Brothers Big Sisters, is a member of the City of Winston-Salem’s Continuum of Care Grant Ratings Panel (homeless services), a graduate of the City of Winston-Salem University, and a member of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council.
Outside of the office, Thomas enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and neighbors. He also enjoys supporting local businesses and stays active by doing hot yoga and getting outdoors.