Yvette Thomas-Henry

Yvette Thomas-Henry

Yvette Thomas-Henry is named, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Nevis.  In this role, Thomas-Henry becomes the first female and first Caribbean native to take the helm of the 350 acre resort.

Born in St. Thomas, USVI and raised in St. Croix, Thomas-Henry is returning home to the region, becoming the first Caribbean native to serve in the top position in Nevis or any other Four Seasons property in the Caribbean. In addition to her role in Nevis overseeing a property that recently completed a multi-year, multi-million dollar enhancement project, and is ranked by travelers and travel experts as one of the top Caribbean resorts.  Thomas-Henry is also responsible for the operational oversight of several properties. 

Prior to joining Four Seasons Resort Nevis, Thomas-Henry most recently served as General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta since 2015, during which time she received a promotion to Regional Vice President of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts in 2018. As a part of the Four Seasons family since 2007, Thomas-Henry has also held leadership positions at Four Seasons Hotel New York and Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC, as well as hospitality experience with Loews Hotels, The Plaza Hotel, The Waldorf-Astoria NYC, Conrad Hotel Miami and The Ritz Carlton Boston.

After earning her Bachelor of Arts from Pace University, Thomas-Henry went on to receive a Master of Science from Audrey Cohen College in New York. During her Bachelor and Masters programs, she worked fulltime in hotels and discovered her love for hospitality.  Throughout her career, Thomas-Henry has developed a sharp eye for detail, excelled at building strong teams, owner relationship management, and has a  reputation for exceeding key performance indicators such as  guest experience, employee relationships and experience and financial results.   In addition to her daily responsibilities, Thomas-Henry serves as the diversity, Inclusion and belonging lead for Four Seasons Americas region.  This is an area she is passionate about and dedicates her personal time to.  She currently sits on the Advisory Board for Howard University’s Center For Hospitality Leadership, The Caribbean American Cultural Arts Foundation, serves as a recurring panelist and moderator for Castell Project, an organization committed to supporting development of  women at all levels of hospitality industry leadership and ownership.  As the industry continues to evolve, she is committed to seeing more women and individuals of color in senior leadership roles.

Thomas-Henry is a mother of two, Myles, 26 and Jarrod 23 and has been married to her high school sweetheart, Thomas,  for  29 years.