About


12507250_1020389988019281_1826026701265073121_nEd is Owner and Chief Consultant of Wolf & King Strategies, where he is responsible for domestic and international consulting projects specializing in multilingual public and government relations for organizations and individuals in health care, non-profit, production and entertainment, and academia. His experience spans work with the United States Army Military Intelligence Corps, University of Connecticut, Habitat for Humanity International, Hard Rock International, the Republican Party, and the United States Senate.

In the 1998 elections, at the age of 23, Ed was the Republican nominee for Rhode Island Secretary of State. After serving in the Joint Intelligence Operations Center Europe Analytic Center post-9/11, he served on Utah Governor Jon Huntsman’s presidential campaign steering committee in New Hampshire during the 2012 presidential primary elections and was a member of the National Leadership Committee at Young Conservatives for the Freedom to Marry from 2013 until the landmark 2015 US Supreme Court decision in Obergefell vs. Hodges.

Ed served as Co-Chairman of Republicans for Johnson-Weld. He is Vice President of the American University in Cairo’s New York City Alumni Chapter Executive Committee, serves on Durham University’s North American Development Board and is a Founding Director on the United States board for B-Society, an international organization seeking to amplify schedule diversification to accommodate chronotype and circadian variations based on the research field of chronobiology. He recently joined the board of directors at American Unity Partners.

Ed writes political and public policy guest columns in local, statewide, and national publications including GoLocalProv, Greenwich Time, Politics Reader, The Advocate (Stamford), The Daily Caller, The Portsmouth Herald, The Providence American, The Providence Journal, and The (Nashua) Telegraph. He is a frequent guest feature writer and contributing editor on Brain Damage UK and WhyPinkFloyd.com. The Lopez-Reyes family resides in New England.