Reynolds ’84 President of SIOP – Hobart and William Smith Colleges \
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Reynolds ’84 President of SIOP

Doug Reynolds ’84 was recently elected the president of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).  The SIOP is an organization of psychologists involved and interested in the application of psychology to the workplace. 

Reynolds has been a leader in the field of industrial psychology for several years and is also a vice president of assessment technology for Development Dimensions International.  He leads research, development and early product launch for assessment products and solutions.  Reynolds’ department focuses on designing and implementing behavioral and psychological assessments that are utilized for employee selection, career development and executive succession management.  His work has been integrated into large-scale assessments utilized by Fortune 500 companies and federal agencies.

After earning his B.A. in psychology from Hobart College, Reynolds went on to get his M.S. in industrial/organizational psychology and Ph.D. in industrial psychology, both from Colorado State University.