Amy Kennedy-Reynolds

MPA’85, Health Systems and Human Services Administration

Headshot of Amy Kennedy-Reynolds
Campus:
IU Bloomington

Biography

Amy Kennedy-Reynolds currently serves as the chief of the Management Integration Office in the Information Resources Directorate (IRD) at the NASA–Johnson Space Center (JSC). She initially came to JSC in 1985 as a Presidential Management Intern. During her time at JSC, she has been in various organizations and roles, including the Space Station Freedom Program Office, New Initiatives Office, External Relations Office, Astronaut Appearances Office, Human Resources Office, and now IRD since 2009. She also served as the JSC loaned executive to the Texas Governor’s Office to develop the Texas Aerospace Commission.

Kennedy-Reynolds currently leads and oversees the operations and personnel of the Management Integration Office. This organization aligns IRD’s cross-cutting integration functions that are responsible for strategic and technical planning, business management, and IT governance and policy integration for the directorate and the Center.

Kennedy-Reynolds received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Evansville and an MPA from Indiana University.