Brian Reinhardt joined the NC State athletics department in 1999, and was named an assistant media relations director in 2001. In 2011, he was awarded the additional title of Editor/Manager of GoPack.com. Reinhardt's most recent promotion came in 2013, when he was named Director of Athletics Digital Communications.
In his current role, he serves as the editor/manager of GoPack.com, NC State's official athletics website. In that role, Reinhardt's duties include editing of the website, create new pages for various departments, coordinate all the article and video story ideas, supervise staff columnists, and oversee all the social media aspects for the athletics department.
Reinhardt is also the primary wrestling contact, and the secondary contact for football. In addition, he serves as the chairman of NC State's NCAA deregulation committee, charged with improving the athletics communications staff's efforts in providing recruiting websites/materials to the head coaches.
In addition, Reinhardt serves as the game day program editor for both football and men's basketball, and handles all credential requests for the NC State football and men's basketball teams.
During his career at NC State, he also served as the primary contact for men's basketball (4 years), men's soccer (13), gymnastics (8), track & field (5), men's golf (4), and women's golf (1) over various years.
Reinhardt has gained valuable experience as a member of the media relations staff at the 2002 Men's Basketball Final Four in Atlanta, and many NCAA and ACC Basketball Tournament games. He has served as the Media Coordinator for the 2007 Women's Basketball 1st and 2nd Round NCAA Tournament site in Raleigh, the 2003, 2004 and 2006 Women's College Cup, the 2005, 2007, and 2009 Men's College Cup, and the 2004 NCAA Southeast Gymnastics Regional, all events hosted by NC State.
Reinhardt also served on the media relations staff of the NASL's Carolina RailHawks over various summers. He staffed all home games helping with both the media relations and marketing efforts, and also served as the official statistician.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Reinhardt earned a B.S. in public relations from West Virginia University in 1999. While at WVU, Reinhardt worked for the student newspaper, The Daily Athenaeum, and was a student assistant in the sports information office as a senior.