One of the most effective political leaders in America today, Reed received his bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia and his doctorate degree in American history from Emory University.
Founder and Executive Director of the Christian Coalition, which includes approximately 1.7 million members nationwide, Reed has worked on four presidential campaigns, in addition to over a dozen statewide contests. He has appeared on various television programs including, "Nightline," "Larry King Live," "Meet the Press" and "The Today Show." He has also written columns for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and National Review.
Reed, who Newsweek named as one of the leaders behind the 1994 elections, recently authored a book titled, Politically Incorrect: The Emerging Faith Factor in American Politics.