Bio – Erica L. Reynolds

Erica L. Reynolds has over thirteen years of experience in global organizational effectiveness including leadership development, human resources, diversity & inclusion and communications. She is the owner of E L Reynolds & Associates which specializes in addressing the factors of human behavior that affect performance and productivity. Erica has a passion for advancing organizations and their people beyond their current limitations to achieve greater results and fulfillment. She utilizes her expertise by providing services like coaching, consulting, mediation, public speaking, trainings and workshops.

A dynamic leadership & organizational effectiveness professional, Erica works with her clients to deliver innovative solutions, in a practical manner. The results yield impactful sustainable results. She has provided her expertise to businesses ranging from small to global organizations such as: Cyberonics (currently LivaNova), Kaiser Permanente, Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, RE/MAX, IKEA as well as host of political and non-profit organizations. Milestones of her career include: establishing and directing a global leadership development program, coaching and developing hundreds of leadership professionals and serving as an advisor for successful knowledge transfer initiatives and multiple effective OD initiatives that resulted in organization and leadership recognition.

Erica holds a BA in Communications Studies and a MA in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Houston. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Organizational Psychology. Erica received formal coach training from CTI (one of the most credible and highly sought after training programs in the world). Erica has coached hundreds of clients in various roles, industries and phases of life. She is a credentialed mediator and certified in various leadership and personality assessments that she incorporates into her practice.

Erica is a member of the Junior League and enjoys giving back to the community through volunteering. Her previous volunteer experiences have also included: The Epilepsy Foundation of Texas, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Houston, The Health Museum and MD Anderson Cancer Hospital.