Dr. Sherrol A. Reynolds O.D., FAAO
Nova Southeastern University
Dr. Sherrol A. Reynolds received her Bachelor of Science from University of Florida and her Doctor of Optometry from Nova Southeastern University (NSU) in 1996. Following graduation, she completed a one-year residency in primary care at NSU. She went into private practice in Coral Springs Florida and was a part-time adjunct faculty member at NSU for three years.
She joined the faculty full-time as chief of the NSU-Opa Locka eye clinic from 2000-2003. She has also served as a Primary Care Module Director from 2004-2009. She currently holds the rank of Associate Professor and her current teaching responsibilities includes instructor of record for the clinical medicine course and physical diagnosis laboratory. She is a clinical preceptor/attending in the diabetes and macular clinic as well as for third and fourth year students and residents.
She is a member of the local, state, and national optometric associations. She currently serves as the chairperson for the Florida Optometric Association Healthy Eyes Healthy People committee. She is also an active member of the National Optometric Association (NOA) and serves as the faculty advisor for the student organization. She helps coordinate and participate in the annual NSU interdisciplinary mission trip to Jamaica.
She is a Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry and the Optometric Retinal Society. She has participated in various research projects and authored numerous posters and publications on various topics in ocular and systemic disease. She has also lecture on a local and national level.
She is married and has two beautiful children, an eight year-old girl and six year-old son. She is also a mentor for at risk high school students thru the Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program (WOT) that inspires, motivates and empowers young women to live up to their full potential.