teddy r. reeves is an innovator, content producer, public theologian and speaker, fashion enthusiast, scholar, and creative.
currently, teddy serves as the specialist of religion at the smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture (nmaahc) in washington, d.c. he earned his b.a. from hampton university, m.div. from princeton seminary, and he is currently a ph.d. candidate at fordham university.
in 2018, teddy created a national multi-city program entitled, "gOD-talk: a black millennials and faith conversation series," which explores the dynamic ways Black millennials are engaging with faith in the 21st century. the program continues to garner critical acclaim; having received nine Telly Awards (2019 and 2020) and an Audience Honor award at the 2020 Shorty Awards.
teddy is a sought-after public speaker, teacher, facilitator, and preacher. when he is not researching, speaking, collecting artifacts, cultivating strategic partnerships, producing innovative programs, traveling, or fund-raising, he can be found spending time with his wife briana and tending to their beloved plant children...
on the move
teddy recently appeared on the panel entitled, "Gathering In The Moment: Mobilizing the Digital Black Church's Prophetic Witness" hosted by the university of arizona.
teddy recently appeared on the way of love podcast with bishop michael curry, presiding bishop of the episcopal church
S3:E3 "blessings of change"
check out the episode