Reginald C. Adams is a true visionary in the world of public art and community development. He's a master at creating public art projects that not only beautify neighborhoods, but also bring people together and give them a sense of pride in their community.
For the past 30 years, Reginald has been dedicated to designing, coordinating, and producing public art projects in Houston and beyond. He's worked with over 50,000 youth volunteers, hundreds of artists, and thousands of community stakeholders to create pieces that truly reflect the culture, heritage, history, and social context of the communities they serve.
But Reginald's impact goes far beyond just creating beautiful art. He's also a Senior Fellow with the American Leadership Forum (ALF) Class 24 and Community Development Class 1, an alumnus of Leadership Houston, Graduate of the Center for Houston's Future 2013, and Past-President of the Rotary Club of Houston Skyline. He's been recognized for his work by the Mayor of Houston, who proclaimed September 4, 2014, as Reginald Charles Adams Day.
Reginald has also been honored by the Houston Press with their annual Mastermind Award and by the Houston Business Journal as one of Houston's top 40 Under 40 business executives. But for Reginald, it's not about the accolades. It's about the impact he's making on the lives of the people in his community.
In his personal life, Reginald is an avid runner, enjoys salsa dancing, photography, traveling, and spending quality time with his family. But his true passion is using art to bring people together and make the world a more beautiful place.