King Names Reynolds as Assistant Director of Recruitment for Knoxville
Kristi Reynolds was recently promoted to the position of assistant director of recruitment for Graduate & Professional Studies (GPS) for King College’s Knoxville region. With the recent addition of King’s newest location at The Village at Hardin Valley, Reynolds’ recruitment efforts will be centered in the Knoxville area.
“Kristi is a high-energy professional, whose experience in the greater Knoxville business community will serve her well as she leads the King College growth in that area,” said Mona Salyer, director of recruitment for Graduate & Professional Studies at King..”
Reynolds began her career at King as an admissions representative for King’s GPS program serving the Knoxville, Sevierville, and Morristown territories. Prior to coming to King, she served as executive director of Center City Events, Inc., in Knoxville.
Reynolds received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. She is certified as a facilitator for University of Tennessee Municipal Technical Assistance Services. Reynolds has served as a board member of Random Acts of Flowers, and was an advisory board member for the John T. O’Connor Senior Center. Currently, she is a member of the Young Executives of Sevierville and the vice president of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) in Sevier County, as well as a member of the Sevierville Chamber of Commerce, Sevierville Lodging Association, Pigeon Forge Hospitality Association, Gatlinburg Hospitality Association, Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce, Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce, and Knoxville Chamber Partnership.
For more information on King College’s Knoxville area GPS programs, contact Reynolds at 865.755.8980 or visit knoxville.king.edu.