Office of Career Services

Brodie Reynolds ’06

What do modeling, Genentech, feminist studies and MBA recruiting have in common?  Brodie Reynolds, of course!  The 2006 SU grad in feminist studies and communication studies balances a diverse array of skills and experiences - a great example of a liberal arts story.

After graduating from Southwestern, Brodie went on to earn a Master’s in Women’s Studies from San Diego State University.  His training in diversity and social justice led to five years working in the biotech/pharmaceutical industry in California as a consultant for diversity and inclusion strategies, lastly working at Genentech in San Francisco. 

More recently, Brodie returned to the Austin area to share his insight into big business with prospective new business students, working as Associate Director of Admissions for the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, where he is in charge of International Recruitment and Operations. 

And then there’s the modeling thing. Because careers don’t have to be one-dimensional, Brodie also uses his interdisciplinary talents to display his artistic side.  For a recent example, visit