Mary Ann Reynolds-Wilkins
Prior to joining Stewart Title in Houston, Dr. Mary Ann Reynolds-Wilkins had rooted her career in academia. In her educational career, Wilkins served as a teacher, principal, associate superintendent and university adjunct professor. In 2000, she began her career in the title industry at Stewart Title as vice president for Commercial Business Development. She currently serves as senior vice president and commercial development officer for Stewart. Mary Ann is active in the Houston community and currently serves on the boards of directors for the Jones Partners at the Graduate School of Business at Rice University; the Houston Chapter of NAIOP; the Houston Chapter of CoreNet, and she is the past Chairwoman of the Board for the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Wilkins serves on the Real Estate Advisory Committee for the Greater Houston Partnership Association. In 2011, she was named one of the “50 Most Influential Women in Houston” by Houston Woman Magazine and in 2012, she was honored as one of Houston’s “Ten Women of Distinction” at the “Winter Ball” by ABC-Channel 13.
SPEECH TOPIC: WHY MANAGERS NEED TO BE HEROS
This dynamic presentation will focus on the characteristics and behaviors of Manager Heroes---Leaders that put their feet on the floor every morning committed to making a positive difference in the lives of those they manage and lead. Particular emphasis will be given to the behaviors of Women Manager Heroes and how they have separated themselves from the masses of mediocre managers that exist in the corporate world. Specific traits will be outlined and personal Hero stories will be shared about Great Women Managers and how they create a positive climate in the work place and in the hearts of those they lead.