Dr. Mona Reynolds
Hi! My name is Dr. Mona L. Reynolds. I am originally from the state of Mississippi, but I have spent most of my life in the great state of Georgia. In 1990, I graduated from Turner County High School which is located in rural southwest Georgia. For the next four years, I attended Valdosta State University where I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Middle Grades Education. Due to my involvement on campus at Valdosta State, I decided to attend the University of Georgia where I received a Master of Education degree in Higher Education (Student Affairs). In 1996, I began my teaching career with Richmond County School System and I am currently serving as an Assistant Principal in Columbia County. I have 15 years of experience as an educator and enjoy my work each day. In May 2010, I earned the Doctor of Education degree from Georgia Southern University and I feel honored and privileged to serve atGeorgia Regents University as a part-time instructor in the Department of Teacher Education.
I have a wonderful husband, Gilbert, and love to travel extensively. I’ve traveled to eight countries in Europe and all across North America! My family and friends mean the most to me. Besides spending time with my beautiful nieces, Jacora and Jackie, I also love to read, write, and fellowship with friends.