Lieutenant General Lori Reynolds, USMC (retired)

Lori Reynolds retired as a three-star General from the United States Marine Corps and served as a board member who most recently developed, led, and managed the Corp’s $12B global information portfolio spanning intelligence, IT, networking, cyber security, space, and information. Lori served on the USMC Corporate Board with responsibility for strategic oversight of a $50B budget and global strategy, capabilities, and missions. She regularly reported to and was accountable to Congressional committees on risk, cybersecurity, and strategy. She serves on board transformation, cyber security, risk, and DEI committees.

As the most senior woman in the USMC for nearly a decade – and only the third woman to achieve her rank – Lori is recognized for her ability to identify and retain diverse, global, workforces to deliver innovation and value. No longer wearing a uniform, she currently helps complex global organizations manage large-scale risk and transform operational information into strategic business intelligence assets.

General Reynolds is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy (BA, Political Science), Naval War College (MS Strategic Studies), Army War College (MS National Security Affairs) and the University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Executive Development Course. She is the Inaugural Recipient of the Admiral Grace Hopper Award presented by the National Defense University College of Information and Cyberspace as well as a recipient of the 2020 Ellis Island Medal of Honor.