Leah Reynolds, M.S., Ed.D.
Areas of Expertise
Speaking & Writing
Reynolds, L. (2020, April). Student Title IX Training: The challenges with creating effective educational programs. Presented via webinar through ATIXA.
Reynolds, L. (2017, April). Creating an effective Title IX infrastructure on your campus. Presented via webinar through the NASPA.
Reynolds, L. (2017, April). Diversity advocacy: Principles and Practices. Presented at Wabash Valley Human Resource Association Chapter Meeting.
Reynolds, L. (2017, March). Diversifying your workforce: One hire at a time. Presented at CUPA-HR Midwest Conference.
Reynolds, L. (2015, October). It’s bad for business: Bullying in the workplace. Presented at BVC Bullying Prevention Conference.
Reynolds, L., & Simmonds, K. (2015, February). Intercultural Effectiveness. Presented at EIUnity Diversity Conference.
American Association of Blacks in Higher Education, 2017-Present
National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Prof., 2016-Present
Association for Title IX Administrators, 2016-Present
Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, 2016-2020
College Student Education International, 2016-2020
National Organization for Victims Assistance, 2016-2017
National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education, 2015-2019
College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, 2015-2020
Ed.D Educational Leadership and Management, Capella University
M.S, College Student Affairs, Eastern Illinois University
B.A Communications, Eastern Illinois University
Leah Reynolds, M.S., Ed.D.
"It's not what you achieve, it's what you overcome."
Leah Reynolds is an experienced administrator with over 11 years of services in the industry of higher education. Having worked in a variety of areas within several colleges and universities, Leah has developed an expertise in Title IX, DEI, and Affirmative Action. Her leadership, coordination and strategic direction has been recognized nationally by Insight into Diversity and by Former President Barack Obama’s Administration.
Leah is an exceptional communicator, skilled at collaborating and influencing stakeholders internal and external to an organization. She has the keen ability of assessing an organization’s culture and effectively re-energizing teams to be more productive and engaged.
Prior to joining TNG, Leah worked as Affirmative Action Officer/Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Eastern Illinois University; Associate Vice President of Inclusive Excellence and Title IX Coordinator for Indiana State University; Chief Diversity Officer and Title IX Coordinator for Mount St. Joseph University, and Assistant Vice President of Title IX for Earlham College.
Leah received her Ed.D in Educational Leadership and Management from Capella University, her M.S in College Student Affairs, and her B.A in Communications both from Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, IL.
Leah serves frequently as a third-party neutral hearing advisor and decision-maker for TNG clients for sexual misconduct, discrimination, and Title IX grievance proceedings and investigations.