Prior to coming to Willamette University, Reyna Meyers' experience included providing customer service at various financial institutions. She started her business career working at a large daily newspaper in the advertising department. Meyers began her career at Willamette University in the Registrar's Office. In February of 2016, she completed her 11th year at Willamette, with the majority of her time spent working at the College of Law.
Meyers provides administrative support to the Oregon Civic Justice Center, the College of Law certificate programs, the law centers, and to several emeritus faculty, including the dean emeritus of Willamette Law, Symeon C. Symeonides, the former chief justice of the Oregon Supreme Court, Judge Paul J. De Muniz, and various student organizations.
During her time at Willamette Law, Meyers has been honored as the Willamette University Employee of the Year (2010). She also received the 2012 Staff Sustainability Award and the 2015 Outstanding Support Award from the Asian Pacific American Law Students. Her volunteer work with Willamette includes serving as an advisor five times for the Take a Break (TaB) alternative spring break program. Additionally, she is a Title IX advisor and a member of the MLK Committee, the Native American Advisory Council, and the Gala of Trees Committee with the Boys and Girls Aide.
After successfully completing several courses with the College of Liberal Arts, Meyers is enrolled in the business program at Chemeketa Community College and attends classes at night. Meyers enjoys working with students across Willamette University and helping them become more successful.