As a writer and speaker, Wood’s work has focused on the subjects of race, religion, public policy, social commentary, the intersection of politics and science and political and moral philosophy. His writings have been featured in Quillette, as well as Areo Magazine, The American Interest, Arc Digital, Better Angels, The Washington Times Communities, Reflections (a journal of the Yale School of Divinity), The Flash Report and Black Is Online. He is a recognized speaker at campuses, as well as political and social impact conferences across the United States – including CPAC, The American Project and the Global Philanthropy Forum.
Wood is also the grandson of the late record industry pioneer Randy Wood, of Dot Records and Randy’s Record Shop fame. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.