teddy r. reeves is an innovator, fashion enthusiast, public theologian and speaker, 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 and received a 2019 telly award in the online social issues category.
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
james cone symposium at northwestern university
(oct. 31st-nov. 2nd)
american academy of religion (nov. 23rd-26th)
(jan. 25, 2020)