Becky Reichis a native of Atlanta, Georgia, where she grew up surrounded by a large, extended family. She graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology with an undergraduate degree in Business Management and received her Masters of Arts in Heritage Preservation. Most of Becky's career has been working with state and federal agencies. She worked as an Historic Preservation Planner in Washington State, then for the Maryland State Highway Administration insuring compliance with federal and state laws that help protect historic resources. That experience of working so closely throughout the whole state gave her an appreciation of the scope of various landscapes and resources found throughout Maryland. "Maryland is truly a great state full of exciting and different kinds of resources from significant bridges, to tobacco barns, historic boats, industrial complexes, and of course, beautiful small towns, it is hard to not love the richness of Maryland's history." One of her recent accomplishments was authoring the history section of the Arcadia Publishers series Images of America, Howard County.
Becky also works from time to time with her architect husband who owns a small Design/Build firm. When she found the Main Street opening she was very excited. “I really feel that my love of history and architecture combined with the understanding of how difficult it is to own and successfully run your own business would allow me to work well as a Main Street Manager, and Middletown is so beautiful.
I am very happy to be here!