“During much of my 16-year tenure in the LexisNexis/RELX Legal Departments, I worked every day with human resources professionals across the country,” Reynolds said in a statement. “Together, we developed pragmatic solutions to increasingly complex workplace challenges, from employee relations issues and leave management to federal contracting compliance and related audits. I look forward to bringing that breadth of experience and collaborative spirit to other organizations.”
She added: “All workplace investigations require special care, but investigations involving allegations of misconduct by senior executives can be particularly jarring to a company and its employees and require a unique combination of skills to be effective.”
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Reynolds graduated magna cum laude from King’s College in New York, where she received her bachelor of arts in English and history, and with honors from the University of Dayton School of Law, where she received the “outstanding female law student” award.
Reynolds serves on the board of directors for the Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project and is co-chair of the Annual Campaign for Equal Justice.
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