About Ursula Reynolds
Ursula joined our North West board in April and immediately began attending our zoom conferences and offered her technical expertise.
Her goal in this role is to make sure we are sharing the impactful stories and mission of the clubs in the NW district. She will help to craft the stories about our clubs, members, and continue to share our accomplishments with the world. She will also prioritize new mediums and technologies and fully embrace best practices and future trends for the website, video content, social media, and more.
Beginning in the fall, she will work alongside with Ashley DeSalvo to create webinars that will educate our clubs on tech and online engagement. Based on the survey results, we will create custom content that can be shared with club members and viewed online. A online resource library will also be created in the process.
We are very lucky to have Ursula as our communication chair.
Ursula works at Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business and serves as the Associate Director of the Doctoral Program. Ursula provides leadership and oversees operations for recruiting, admissions, program and marketing development, and student services. She is very involved in the Georgia Tech community and is currently an instructor for GT1000 Women and Leadership freshman seminar. In 2018, she was awarded the Georgia Tech Women’s Leadership Conference’s Outstanding Woman of Distinction and 2018 Georgia Tech Faces of Inclusive Excellence.
Prior to joining Georgia Tech, she worked in the Strategy and Fiscal Affairs division at the Board of Regents University System of Georgia as a Business Analyst. She is active in the Atlanta community and served on the board of directors for various nonprofit organizations that include Ferst Readers, Whitefoord Community Programs, Atlanta History Center Members Guild, and is Past President for the Southeastern Chapter of the National Association for Graduate Enrollment Management. She earned an M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration from Georgia Southern University and B.A. in Psychology from University of Georgia.