Mary Ann Reynolds Wilkins
Dr. Mary Ann Reynolds Wilkins grew up in Canyon, Texas. The love of music in her family led her to pursue degrees in piano and organ as well as a master’s and doctorate in Public School Administration. In her educational career, Dr. Reynolds served as a teacher, principal, associate superintendent, and university adjunct professor. As interim superintendent of Fort Bend ISD, she led a district of 50,000 students and 5,000 employees.
Dr. Reynolds joined the great Stewart Title organization where she serves as senior vice president and commercial development officer. She is active in the Houston community and currently serves on the boards of directors for the Jones Partners at the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University; the Houston Chapter of NAIOP; the Houston Chapter of Core Net, and she is the past chairwoman of the board for the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Dr. Reynolds serves on the real estate advisory committee for the Greater Houston Partnership Association.
In past years, Dr. Reynolds also served on the boards of directors for Leadership Houston, the Houston Ballet, the Houston Symphony, the American Red Cross, and Methodist Hospital of Sugar Land. In 1999, she was the recipient of a national award from the American Heart Association for fund raising for medical research. In 2011, Dr. Reynolds was named one of the “50 Most Influential Women in Houston” and in 2012, she was honored as one of Houston’s “Ten Women of Distinction” at the Winter Ball and in 2014 was named a “Houston Breakout Woman” by the Greaer Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce. In 2011, Dr. Reynolds co-produced the musical, “Galveston,” at the Hobby Center with her husband, ophthalmologist—Dr. Robert Wilkins. Dr. Reynolds is also an accomplished pianist and has recorded three piano CDs.