Kamilah Mitchell-Thomas is Chief People Officer of Dow Jones where she guides company culture through strategic application of “people power” for digital transformation, change execution and cultivating partnerships with key stakeholders, business leaders and cross-functional teams.?
Prior to this role, Thomas was Senior Vice President, People & Culture at A+E Networks. There, she implemented ME+, A+E Networks’ global learning and development program aligned with new organizational vision supporting staff development, engagement and accountability for performance. Thomas also led the development and launch of NEXT 90, A+E Networks’ new performance management approach responsible for the company’s transformation to a high-performance culture.?
Thomas has over 20 years of extensive human resources experience leading corporate transformations through global learning and development, diversity, people management and inclusion efforts.?Previously, she served as Vice President, Human Resources, Madison Square Garden Company where she led HR activities for Marketing, Ticket Sales, Corporate Sponsorships, Event Presentation and Game-Night Entertainment and Front-Office & Coaching Staff, including the New York Knicks, Rangers and Liberty sport teams.
Prior to Madison Square Garden, Thomas was Vice President, Human Resources at Sony Music Entertainment, Epic Records where she led the Human Resources efforts for re-launching the iconic record label.?Leading aggressive build of the C-suite team and key creative team, Thomas facilitated business growth and expansion of the newly reimagined label.
She began her career at JP Morgan as a Financial Analyst and graduated from Lincoln University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics.