Frank Fredericks is the founder of World Faith, a global movement of interfaith youth tackling global poverty, and Mean Communications, a digital agency helping startups and nonprofits with branding, social media, advertising, and marketing. After graduating from NYU, Frank worked in the music industry, managing artists such as Lady Gaga. In 2006, he founded World Faith, which has expanded to 14 countries and mobilized 5,000 volunteers in over 170,000 hours of service. As an active blogger, Frank has contributed to the Huffington Post, Washington Post, and Sojourners. Frank has been interviewed on Good Morning America, NPR, and New York Magazine. He is a Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum, and is an alumnus of the IFYC Fellowship, Soliya Fellowship, AMENDS at Stanford, Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship, and YouthActionNet Fellowship. Frank is one of two Global Shapers Community Scholarship awardees, attending Oxford Said Business School for an MBA focused on Social Entrepreneurship.