Frank Fredericks

Frank Fredericks is the founder of World Faith, a global movement to end religious violence, and Mean Communications, a digital agency for social good. After working in the music industry, managing artists such as Lady Gaga, Frank founded World Faith in 2008. He has been recognized as a Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum, and is a Fellow Alumnus of Leading for Impact at Oxford Skoll Centre, AMENDS at Stanford, IFYC, Soliya, Ariane de Rothschild, and YouthActionNet. He did his BM at NYU and his MBA at Oxford Said as a Global Shaper Scholar from the World Economic Forum.

Describe the Impact of a Project you’re focused on.

I am working on ending religious-based violence. As the founder of a peacebuilding organization, I am constantly looking to connect the best evidence-based approaches to peacebuilding to the resources and people able to drive impact in the field. I am also a strategist, often engaged in impact strategy or communication strategy with my clients, which span from nonprofits, companies, foundations, and governments.

What results do you hope for when the impact is amplified?

I believe we can see a significant and measurable drop in communal violence in our generation.

What do you have to offer as a connector? What can you give as expertise to others?

As a strategist, I am eager to support impact-oriented work in which there is opportunity without clarity. Whether through impact strategy, communication & marketing strategy, or simply facilitating a five year plan, I'm happy to connect with any impact-oriented team.