Stephanie Reynolds joins VML executive board

Stephanie Moon-Reynolds

City of Roanoke Council Member Stephanie Moon Reynolds has been appointed to fill a vacant at-large member position on the executive board of the Virginia Municipal League. Her term is effective immediately and she will be up for re-election at the Annual Business Meeting October of 2022.

Prior to her appointment, Reynolds was an active member of VML, including serving several years as a member of the Human Development & Education Policy Committee.

She was elected to the Roanoke City Council in 2020 after serving in the city clerk’s office for 42 years of which 13 of those years were spent serving as Head Clerk. She was the first African American to hold that position for the city.

Reynolds currently serves on several government and non-profit boards as Kiwanis Club of Roanoke, The Salvation Army, Project Discovery of Virginia, Roanoke Alleghany Regional Commission, Roanoke Redevelopment and Housing Authority Council Liaison, Family Services of Roanoke, and the Roanoke City Council Legislative Committee.

Her civic engagement efforts have resulted in recognitions by the Roanoke Branch NAACP, the Roanoke Chapter, Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and Total Action for Progress and the Roanoke Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Reynolds is married to Earl Reynolds, Jr., who currently serves as the Deputy City Manager for the City of Danville. They are both active members of Shiloh Baptist Church, Salem.

VML’s Executive Board oversees the activities of the League. Representatives of the Executive Committee must be elected or appointed officials of a city, town, or county that is a member of VML.

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