Robert Reynolds - Los Angeles
Robert Reynolds (he/him) is a former behavioral scientist whose passion is designing and quickly mainstreaming voter engagement innovations. In the wake of the 2016 election, he quit his job to found Vote Rev (previously Vote Tripling). By 2020, Vote Rev was a 30-person team whose voter turnout innovations, such as polling place vote tripling, were used by over 100 campaigns, including the Biden campaign. Prior to Vote Rev, Robert was a behavioral scientist at ideas42 and a teacher at a Jesuit community-based organization in Ecuador.
Robert is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University and the Harvard Kennedy School. He grew up in Montana, where his father’s family has lived since moving as homesteaders in the early 1900’s. Robert now lives in LA, where his mother’s family has lived since immigrating from Jalisco, Mexico in the 1950’s. He enjoys spending his free time with his family in the San Fernando Valley.