learn about me


My name is Jess Reynolds and I am a MBA Candidate at the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio Sate University. 

I’m a proud buckeye figuring out my place in the world while surrounding myself with fantastic friends and family.

I am a member of the Association of Marketing Professionals, a Graduate Assistant for the CCTS at the Wexner Medical Center and a blogger for My Fisher Grad Life 

I am ready to see grow, professionally and personally, during the next two year and see what the future has in store. I am interested in brand and marketing management – and Fisher is the right place for me!

After graduating I decided to spread my wings and try life outside of Ohio – so I went to Walt Disney World as a member the WDW College Program. I lived in Orlando for about seven months and work at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. I learned more about myself and how to interact with guests (both good and bad) than I ever thought possible. However, Columbus is the city that has my heart and I returned at the beginning of March to good ol’ buckeye nation and into the world of a professional student.

I think the best way to live is to love and laugh…through the good times and bad. I am a Disney Princess living in the Midwest and finding her footing as an adult.

Stay tuned to learn a little more. But remember, I’m full of surprises. Follow my journey as I start my first real job and go from college student to young professional.

Visit my other pages! Check out my résumé and my personal blog, and as always, feel free to contact me. I look forwarded to strengthening our professional relationship.

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