Reagan holds a B.A. in American studies from Colby College and an M.S. in Education with a concentration in teaching and learning from the University of Southern Maine. Her interests in contemporary American issues and interdisciplinary education have strongly influenced her career at Princeton.
She started working at the University in 2007 as a graduate program administrator in the Department of History, where she managed their Ph.D. programs and worked closely with graduate students and faculty. In 2011, Reagan became the assistant director for alumni education, a role that allowed her to collaborate with scholars from a wide range of disciplines to create educational enrichment programming for alumni. In 2014, Reagan joined the newly dedicated Sharmin and Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies as its academic manager. In that capacity, she has helped develop and manage the center’s interdisciplinary activities and operations and looks forward to applying this experience towards her new role with the Program in American Studies. In her free time, Reagan enjoys reading, hiking, exploring new places, and spending time outdoors with her family.