Lloyd is a community advocate who has worked for local and national non-profits and universities in Houston, Austin, and Washington DC for over 25 years.
As an organizer and publicist working with numerous awareness campaigns and events, he spotted early-on the potential for online media to reach larger audiences at a lower cost, with more control in messaging, and greater connectivity with members.
Lloyd is a graduate of the University of Houston where he received a BA in Political Science and a Masters in Social Work, all while also founding the campus’s first institutionalized community service-learning program, the Metropolitan Volunteer Program.
Today he is a unrepentant policy wonk who watches far too much C-SPAN; a proud father of two; an active Red Cross disaster services volunteer; and a former aspiring stand-up comic/defensive-driving instructor (but that’s a long story.)
“We must know how to perform the foolishness that our character requires.”
Nicholas Chamfort – French Revolutionary Writer