Reginald Bolding grew up in the United States with a single mother and graduated from the University of Cincinnati, obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in both international security and criminal justice. He became a math teacher for special needs students, and was later appointed to the Arizona House of Representatives at 28 years old. He would also serve on the Education Committee, the Ways & Means Committee, and the House Minority Whip. Now, he is on the the Community for Business and Economic Development and the Board of Directors for the Children’s Museum of Phoenix and Leading for Change.
Reginald strives to provide access to voting for more Arizonian people.
Communications Workers of America
Arizona Building and Construction