Bernard Reynolds is the Associate Director for the Center for Professional Studies at Towson University. His portfolio includes oversight of client relationships and the development of training and consultative services.
Prior to coming to Towson, Bernie served as the Program Administrator for the Governor's Workforce Investment Board (GWIB) responsible for grant administration and industry initiative training. At GWIB, Bernie organized and managed three industry sector initiatives working with over 200 leaders from business, state and local government, education, organized labor, and non-profit organizations to determine the root case for specific industry skill shortages and to develop strategies for Maryland to address these critical skill shortages. He was also the project manager for the green jobs initiative funded by the US Department of Labor.
Bernard Reynolds has twenty-five years of professional experience serving the needs of member-based non-profit business associations and professional organizations. His work includes strategic planning, chapter development and services, meeting planning, education and training, professional certification, apprenticeship and program accreditation, membership, and board and volunteer relations.