Professor Keisha Reynolds works with the Glen M. Broom Center for Professional Development in Public Relations as a faculty partner.
Professor Reynolds is an instructor at Hampton University's Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications. She is no stranger to Scripps Howard, having taught public relations and web design as an adjunct professor. She earned the bachelor's of science degree in journalism and technical communications from Ferris State University in 2012 and the master's of arts degree in media, communications and public relations from Norfolk State University in 2015. Professor Reynolds introduced coding to the journalism program and, as a result, web design, digital content creation and coding has soared in popularity in Scripps at Hampton University.
In spring 2021, Professor Reynolds was a co-faculty advisor to the Broom Student Fellows.Faculty Main Page