Reese R. Boyd : Attorney
Reese is a native of Conway and a graduate of Conway High School. He also graduated from Davidson College with a degree in economics, and from the University of South Carolina School of Law, where he was selected as a member of the Moot Court Bar and received an American Jurisprudence award for Appellate Advocacy.
Before entering private practice, Boyd served as legal counsel to former South Carolina Governor Carroll A. Campbell, Jr., and also worked for Governor Campbell in Washington, DC at the American Council of Life Insurers. Following his work with ACLI in Washington, Boyd served as vice president and counsel to a large diversified asset management, insurance and financial services firm in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2001, Boyd returned to his home state of South Carolina and has been in private practice here since that time.
Boyd currently lives in Murrells Inlet with his wife Lee and their two children, Leila and Reese IV. He is active in community and church activities, and his family attends First Baptist Church in Murrells Inlet. Reese has served a member of the Board of Trustees for the Garden City Chapel. He is a Board member for the South Carolina Club for Growth, and currently serves as Board Vice-Chairman for Palmetto Family Council in Columbia, South Carolina. Boyd also previously served three terms as a Board Member for the South Carolina Statewide Public Charter School District. Reese has been active in Republican Party politics for many years and has served as the Vice Chairman of the Party and as the SCGOP State Executive Committeeman for Horry County. Boyd is an Allied attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom and has been recognized as a member of the ADF Honor Corps for his pro bono legal work defending the religious liberty rights of many South Carolinians and other clients across the U.S.
When Mr. Boyd is not practicing law or spending time with his family, he is also the host of “Saturday Morning Coffee, the Reese Boyd Radio Hour,” which airs Saturday mornings from 7-9 a.m. on Talk 94.5 FM (Talk945.com), in Myrtle Beach, and which also is a popular podcast.