WASHINGTON – The National Association of Counties (NACo) today announced Rita Reynolds as its new chief technology officer. Reynolds joins NACo from the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania, where she served as chief information officer and director of technology services for the past 20 years.
“NACo provides leadership and skills development in the technology arena to counties across America,” said Reynolds. “I’m excited to take my years of experience serving Pennsylvania’s counties to the national level.”
As chief technology officer, Reynolds leads NACo’s overall technology strategy, including oversight and management of internal IT and member-based technology solutions and program services for county governments across the country. Reynolds comes to NACo with a wide range of technology experience. She has established relationships with local, state and national IT leaders, both in government and the private sector.
“Rita brings to NACo substantial technology experience, addressing public sector technology needs of Pennsylvania’s counties for over three decades,” said Matthew Chase, NACo executive director. “As technology increasingly becomes integrated into people’s lives, counties across the country will greatly benefit from her expertise.”
Reynolds holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Messiah College, as well as a CGCIO Certificate from PTI-Rutgers and has completed the NACo Enterprise Cybersecurity Leadership Academy.Standard