Title: Executive Vice President
Company: Curative Talent
Location: Rowlett, Texas, United States
Reginald Stephens, executive vice president at Curative Talent, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in professional recruitment.
Mr. Stephens embarked on his educational journey by earning a bachelor’s degree in business management, marketing, and related support services from Iowa State University – College of Business in 2008. His career trajectory began with a notable stint as a professional football player in the NFL from 2010 to 2015. Transitioning from the sports arena, he commenced his tenure as principal recruiting consultant at The Delta Companies from 2015 to 2018.
Mr. Stephens’ professional growth continued as senior director of recruiting at The Delta Companies from 2018 to 2021. He further ascended to senior vice president within the same organization from 2021 to 2023. Presently, he holds the position of executive vice president at Curative Talent since 2023.
A pivotal highlight in Mr. Stephens’ career was contributing to the Baltimore Ravens’ Super Bowl victory in 2013 and, later, his role in Curative’s substantial growth, tripling regional size within a year and sustaining 30% year-over-year growth for three consecutive years since 2021. He attributes his achievements to foundational values instilled by his mother, a respected judge in Dallas, emphasizing a strong work ethic and a people-centric approach. His expertise lies in understanding motivations and fostering mutually beneficial outcomes and a culture of success in his teams.
Mr. Stephens’ gratification stems from providing healthcare access in underserved communities and positively impacting lives. In the coming years, he envisions amplifying awareness of opportunities in staffing and recruiting, particularly advocating for diversity and inclusion in leadership roles. His goal is to elevate Curative while aspiring to establish his staffing organization or ascend to the role of chief executive officer, all while fostering a more diverse and inclusive healthcare workforce.
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