Heather L. Reid is Professor of Philosophy at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, 2015 Fellow of the American Academy in Rome, director of Morningside’s Semester in Italy program, and founder of the Fonte Aretusa organization. She has published numerous books and articles in ancient philosophy, philosophy of sport, and Olympic Studies. She has also been invited to lecture on these topics in Beijing, London, Rome, Seoul, and at the International Olympic Academy in Olympia, Greece. She is past president (2005-2007) and recipient of the distinguished service (2009) and distinguished scholar (2015) awards of the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport. She serves on the boards of the Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, The International Journal of Applied Philosophy, Physical Culture and Sport Studies and Research, and Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. Her monographs include Introduction to the Philosophy of Sport (2012), Athletics and Philosophy in the Ancient World: Contests of Virtue (2011), and The Philosophical Athlete (2002). She is also co-author of The Olympics and Philosophy (2012), Aretism: An Ancient Sports Philosophy for the Modern Sports World (2011), and Filosofia dello Sport (2011). Her current research explores the relationship between ethics and athletics in ancient Greece and Rome.