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 Christopher Reynolds B. A., Dip Ed. (Flinders), B. D. (Melbourne), M.A. (Claremont), Ph.D. (Claremont) 

Dr. Christopher Leonard Reynolds was first listed in the International Who’s Who Historical Society in 2006. He is the author of the books In the Shadow of the Crown: Some men think of Constitutions (2015),  Global Logic: The Challenge of Globalisation for Southeast Asia (2002), Mr. Meerkat’s Poetry for Children (2020), What a Capital Idea – Australia 1770-1901 (forthcoming), among others, and is published in the areas of politics, business and education. 

Dr. Reynolds completed his Ph.D. and Masters degrees at Claremont Graduate University, one of America’s most prestigious universities, where he was heavily influenced by leading academics, Peter Drucker and Alvin Toffler. He was also privileged to study with Leonard Levy, America’s foremost historian on Constitutional Law. Dr. Reynolds has held appointments with both the United States Senate and House of Representatives. 

As Senior Professional Staff with the US Senate Committee on the Judiciary; Juvenile Justice Sub-Committee, he worked under Senators Teddy Kennedy and Mitch McConnell. Dr. Reynolds worked on several projects with White House staff receiving a Commendation from President Ronald Reagan. As Senior Professional Staff for the House Select Committee for Children, Youth and Families, he worked on legislation for family tax reform, missing children, employment training, alcohol and drug abuse, and juvenile detention. In the course of his time in the United States, he had the opportunity to work on several major political campaigns. 

In Australia, Dr. Reynolds held the position of Executive Officer for the Minister for Public Works, Ports, Roads and Darling Habour, with the New South Wales Government and was then the Executive Director of the World Trade Centre, Sydney. Beginning his career as a teacher, he has also been Associate Professor in International Business, lecturing in Australia and Southeast Asia. Dr. Reynolds was a member of the Brunei Economic Development Council Subcommittee on Oil and Gas Diversification, and the Chair of the APEC 2000 Study Centre Consortium Meeting. 

Over the course of his career, Dr. Reynolds has maintained an interest in developing education services and created a program to increase children’s learning and intellectual capacity. This unique program gained recognition in the Oxford-Cambridge Guide to Global Education and Skills in 20110 and 2011 as among the top 200 programs in the world for innovative education. 

Christopher’s experience as a teacher, professor, business manager and political strategist, are balanced with a life of social concern and friendship with people in the countries where he has lived. Christopher is now a full time author.