Eduardo J. Lopez-Reyes, MA (Dunelm) is completing a doctoral dissertation titled Domestic Intelligence and the Emerging Anglo-American Branch of Government: Analysis of Intelligence, Political, and Organizational Culture in the United Kingdom and the United States. His masters dissertation at Durham University’s School of Government and International Affairs' International Relations Middle East and Arabic program was A Leadership Analysis of King Abdullah II of Jordan and President Bashar al-Assad of Syria. Lopez-Reyes completed studies at American University in Cairo’s Arabic Language Institute and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Rhode Island. He was a visiting scholar at Brunel University’s Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies.
Lopez-Reyes is Owner and Chief Consultant of Wolf & King Strategies and its subsidiary Wolf & King Media, where he is responsible for domestic and international consulting projects specializing in public affairs, government relations, and entertainment relations. 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 (for Senators Hank Brown and John H. Chafee).
At the age of 23, he was the Republican nominee for Rhode Island Secretary of State. After training in the United States Army Intelligence Center post 9/11, he served in the United States European Command Joint Intelligence Operations Center Europe Analytic Center as both a Geospatial Intelligence Imagery Analyst and Counterterroism Intelligence Analyst. In 2012 he joined Governor and Ambassador Jon Huntsman’s New Hampshire presidential campaign steering committee. He 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. In 2016 he served as National Co-Chairman of Republicans for Johnson-Weld and was a national speaker on Our America Initiative’s Liberty Tour. Lopez-Reyes served as a member of Our America Initiative's Defense & Foreign Policy Advisory Council from 2017 to 2021. Ranked by Newsmax as one of the country's 50 most influential Hispanic Republicans he has been featured on C-SPAN and PBS.
Lopez-Reyes is secretary of Dunelm USA (The North American Foundation for the University of Durham), founding director of the United States board for B-Society, a member of the board of directors at American Unity Political Action Committee, and a member of the executive committee at Hispanic Leadership Fund.
Lopez-Reyes has been published and featured 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, The (Nashua) Telegraph, and Townhall. He is a frequent guest feature writer and contributing editor on Brain Damage UK and Floydian Slip and was a contributor to the book Pink Floyd: Album by Album (2018); he is publisher and managing editor of Publius Enigma, a website focused on post-1983 Pink Floyd history.
Lopez-Reyes is a guitarist and background vocalist in The Mighty Goodfellas, which includes John Mellencamp, Pink Floyd, and Santana alumni.
The Lopez-Reyes family resides in New England. Lopez-Reyes serves in municipal elective office in Greenwich, Connecticut. After completing his non-commissioned officer training for the United States Army Reserve and following a break in service, Lopez-Reyes returned to military work through the Army National Guard in 2018.