Kyle Reeder is a sixth-generation native Prince Georgian & self-proclaimed “community alchemist”. He finds purpose in his quest to revivify the heart of Prince George’s County & transform the perceptions of those sleeping on the potential of his underserved bedroom community, Capitol Heights. He is a product of Prince George’s County Public Schools, a graduate of Prince George’s Community College & received a Bachelor in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from Towson University.
Reeder takes pride in being an engaged citizen & good neighbor. With the Prince George’s County Board of Elections, he worked to maintain the integrity of the voting process as an Election Judge & participated in a Prince George’s County Planning Department’s working group to prepare the Sustainable Community Initiative application/action plan for the Central Avenue – Blue Line Corridor.
During his tenure at Community Forklift, he advocated for green principles & educated his neighbors on local reuse/recycling programs. Through his work with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s public education campaign, Fresh Empire, he pushed to reduce tobacco use amongst at-risk youth.
Reeder currently serves the U.S. General Services Administration as a Global Project Manager, where he supports a multidisciplinary team to deliver the planning, acquisition, design & construction of federal real estate projects around the National Capital Region.
Whether he’s bustling in a community garden, being fake-bougie with neighbors at ‘Wine & Cheese’ night, or organizing communal meals like Meal on the Hill at Gethsemane United Methodist Church, Reeder bestows his very best; remembering that wherever his heart is, there he will find his treasure.