Reed is a civic strategist specializing in values-based leadership and bipartisan public service. He serves as the Vice President of Strategy and Public Affairs at Millennial Action Project (MAP), the largest bipartisan organization of Gen Z and millennial lawmakers in the United States. He is a former public official, elected at 20 years old.
Reed provided public affairs consulting for leaders at Harvard Medical School, the largest jail in Virginia, churches, and purpose-driven nonprofits. He led communications at Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service.
He also serves as a minister-in-residence at Georgetown University.
Reed’s leadership has been recognized by the American Enterprise Institute, Emory University’s Center for Innovation, Georgetown University’s Social Innovation and Public Service Fund, and the District of Columbia government.
Reed has a Master of Divinity with a focus on ethics and moral leadership from Emory University and a Bachelor of Science in Culture and Politics from Georgetown University.