Abby Reynolds, chief operating officer for Americas infrastructure and real estate at Blackrock, has been named the assistant vice president for strategy management at Princeton University Facilities. She started at Princeton Sept. 11.
As assistant vice president for strategy management, Reynolds will serve in direct leadership of the functional areas of organizational effectiveness and communications, construction communications, the Office of Sustainability, the Real Estate Office, and the recently created Office of Campus Accessibility. She will also work closely with campus partners and represent Facilities on University committees, task forces and cross-functional teams.
“An experienced executive, Abby has consistently delivered operational excellence, implemented best organizational practices, built effective teams and developed strategic plans and goals,” said Vice President for Facilities KyuJung Whang, to whom Reynolds will report. “Abby is a thoughtful, collaborative and analytical partner who will build connections with campus partners and help us implement our aggressive capital plan.”
“I am thrilled to be joining the Princeton Facilities leadership team,” said Reynolds. “As a long-time Princeton resident and campus neighbor, I am excited to be a part of the team building and enhancing a physical campus that supports the University’s academic mission and its commitment to serve the nation and the world.”
Reynolds has served in various executive roles at Blackrock for 25 years, including managing director and head of BlackRock’s Princeton office. Prior to Blackrock, Reynolds served as the associate director of admission at the Yale University School of Management.
Reynolds holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Yale University and master’s degree in international affairs from Georgetown University.