Zoe Reardon

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Zoe Reardon
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CitizenshipUnited States
Alma mater
  • Atlanta International School
  • Southern Methodist University
  • Volunteer worker
  • Photographer
  • Theatre instructor
  • Former Equestrian

Zoe Reardon is a diverse and skilled American individual with a passion for volunteer work, photography, theater, and equestrian sports.[1]


Reardon completed an international baccalaureate diploma at the prestigious Atlanta International School (AIS). Further, she graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, where she earned a degree in psychology and world religion. She was awarded the merit-based Second Century Scholarship to support her academic pursuits and was also a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta honor society during her freshman year. She served as a peer academic leader, offering academic assistance to her fellow students.[2] In addition to being a peer academic leader, she also pursued her love for theatre by leading one-week theatre camps for young children aged 4 to 6 at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, one of the most prominent producing theaters in the Southeast.[3]

Reardon has a deep passion for photography, with a focus on capturing the beauty of nature and animals, particularly horses. Her portfolio includes pictures of urban nature in Atlanta, the sunset of Lake Lanier in Georgia, and the Grand Canyon. She has also taken photographs during family vacations and mission trips to countries such as Europe, Asia, Central America, Nepal, Mexico, the Czech Republic, and Vietnam.[4]

Reardon is an accomplished equestrian and has participated in several regional competitions in Georgia. She qualified for the National Pony Finals in 2016 and was the captain of her Interscholastic Equestrian Association team for two years. Throughout her competitive career, she earned several top-three finishes in her events and won various regional United States Equestrian Federation competitions in Atlanta. In addition to her photography and equestrian pursuits, Reardon is committed to philanthropy and volunteer work. During her time at AIS, she received a scholarship that allowed her to engage in mission work in Nepal. Over the course of three weeks, she provided valuable assistance to medical staff in Kathmandu and Chitwan, and distributed dental hygiene kits at a local school, making a positive impact on the community. Additionally, Reardon volunteered on a one-week mission trip to Mexico, where she helped build a gym and delivered food to households in remote and underprivileged communities.


  1. "Zoe Reardon on Behance". Behance. Retrieved 28 March 2023.
  2. "Zoe Reardon". Medium. Retrieved 28 March 2023.
  3. "Zoe Reardon". slideshare.net. 10 March 2023. Retrieved 28 March 2023.
  4. "Zoe Reardon - Academically-focused Undergraduate and Volunteer". Zoe Reardon - Academically-focused Undergraduate and Volunteer. Retrieved 28 March 2023.

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