Reggie Cuyler Jr. is a young author hailing from the heart of Orlando, Florida. He is a graduate of Florida State University (FSU) with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, and is currently a Juris Doctor Candidate at Duke University School of Law. During his tenure at FSU, he served as the 61st Student Senate President Pro Tempore, 62nd Student Senate President, a member of the FSU Homecoming Court, was named the "Most of Effective Leader of 2010" by FSU's National Pan Hellenic Council, and was awarded as a "Greek Man of the Year" in 2010 by FSU's Office of Greek Life.
His career as an author kicked off, at the age of 17, with the esteemed article "Shocking Reality" published in the second edition of the FSU's "On Writing: A Process Reader." The article has been in print for 6 years and still serves as an exemplary piece for first-year students at the institution. After recognizing how literature impacts readers, he began drafting his first novel. At age 19, Reggie was signed by SokheChapke Publishing Inc. and released his first novel "Plight of the Savage" which has sold close to 500 copies in 12 states around the country.
Reggie is also known as a dynamic orator -- he has been tapped to serve as a master of ceremonies, keynote speaker, and featured panelist for organizations around the nation. He specializes in inspired leadership, motivation, and self development. Reggie believes that everyone has the ability to lead and maximize their potential through managing the way that they think. He coins the words of Confucious, "The man that thinks he can and the one that thinks he can't are both usually right."
He is currently preparing to release his next title “Common Sense of the Uncommon: The 15 Numerators of Greatness” which is scheduled to launch in Fall 2012.